Antiques and other things

Waterlooplein is located in the former Jewish neighborhood. In 1885, the Waterlooplein market became a day market, open six days a week, except on Saturdays. Today the market is open from Monday to Saturday.Every stall has something different on offer, including (second-hand) clothes, antiques, knick-knacks, souvenirs, bicycle parts and much more. 

It's situated right beside Amsterdam City Hall, surrounded by attractions such as the Rembrandt House Museum, Dutch National Opera & Ballet and the River Amstel.

In 2021 there will be a lot of work for the redevelopment of the Waterlooplein, part of the market will be divided over two temporary places. For all changes, visit the website of the municipality of Amsterdam: Waterlooplein