The Kromhouthal is an event venue at the IJ in North Amsterdam. The impressive industrial venue of over 5000m2 has been transformed to an event venue after decades of history as a manufacturing hall. In the past six years, the venue has blossomed into a leading destination for a wide range of events in Amsterdam.
The Kromhouthal was named after the rich history of the hall and the surrounding area. In bygone days, this was the home ground of ‘t Kromhout, manufacturer of large marine engines. For decades, this area was the scene of hard labor. That rich history is not only cherished in the name, but is also still visible and tangible today
From Central Station: take the metro 52 to ‘Noord’ to station ‘Noorderpark’ from there, walk to the East and follow the ‘Johan van Hasseltweg’ street. Take the second turn at the roundabout and then walk straight to the Kromhouthal (at the end of the road in front of you)
Use the following address for navigation: Gedempt Hamerkanaal 96, Amsterdam.
Please note: this isn’t the address of the Kromhouthal. The Kromhouthal is right across this address.
Via IJtunnel: take the first exit after leaving the IJtunnel and get in the left-hand lane at the traffic lights. Take the second exit at the roundabout to go to the Johan van Hasseltweg. Take the second exit on the right to go to the Gedempt Hamerkanaal. Follow this road to the end. The Kromhouthal can be found at the left side.
From Schiphol Airport
From Schiphol Airport, take the A4 to Utrecht/Haarlem/Amsterdam. Follow this road to the A10. At the A10, take exit s116 to the centre. After 600m, turn left to the Nieuwe Leeuwarderweg/N247. Take the exit Noord 300-349. Follow the road and after 300m, turn left to the Johan van Hasseltweg/ss18. Turn right after 650m to the Gedempt Hamerkanaal. The Kromhouthal can be found on the left side.
The Kromhouthal has 80 private parking spots right in front of the door. In addition, there’s ample public parking in the vicinity. There is paid parking in the area.