Uilenburgersjoel

Audio Visual Catering Furniture Protected Wifi Airconditioning, Heating Bus stop on walking distance Tram stop on walking distance Outside space Smoking area Official wedding location Accessibility for the disabled
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Historic location in the heart of Amsterdam

Close to Waterlooplein you will find the 250-year-old Uilenburgersjoel.

Centrally located, the Uilenburger synagogue is a historic monument in Louis XV-style. It was originally established in 1766 for the holding of Jewish religious services, and it served as such for nearly 200 years. It is one of the few remaining original buildings constructed on the former island of Uilenburg. Following the Second World War, the building was used for various purposes, and has since been handed over by the Municipality of Amsterdam to the Uilenburgersjoel Foundation, giving the Uilenburger synagogue back its historic character and making it a social and cultural centre. The renovation and modernization of the synagogue was finished in 2015. The synagogue can be a marvellous decor for dinners, presentations, weddings and receptions. By hosting your event in the Uilenburgersjoel you contribute to conservation of the sjoel and the creation of public interest programs.

De Uilenburgersjoel beschikt over een synagogezaal, omgeven door ruime balkons, een zolderatelier, twee benedenzalen en een professionele keuken. De maximale capaciteit van het hele gebouw is 350 personen.
Parkeermogelijkheden zijn er in de straat, er zijn diverse parkeergarages binnen 5 minuten loopafstand. Fietsen kunnen gestald worden op de binnenplaats.
Technische ondersteuning, uitgebreide catering, wij adviseren u graag bij de organisatie van uw evenement. Door het organiseren van uw evenement in de Uilenburgersjoel ondersteunt u het behoud van deze bijzondere locatie.

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