Located the southern edge of Amsterdam, Amstelpark is an expansive park filled with a multitude of flower gardens, a playground and a petting zoo. There is also an on-site gallery with two exhibition spaces: the Glazen Huis (glass house) and the Orangerie.
The Amstelpark is actually the Floriade of 1972, the international horticultural exhibition that takes place in the Netherlands once every ten years. After the Floriade ended, an attempt was made to keep the original entries as much as possible. That is why there is still a wide variety of flowers, plants and trees in this park. The petting zoo and playground, galleries, the train and various catering establishments provide ample opportunity for recreation.
Europaboulevard opposite AJ Ernststraat. There are two exhibition areas: the Glass House and the Orangerie.