Rode Hoed

Keizersgracht 102
1015 CV Amsterdam


Sanquin Spring Seminar 2017 will be held at 'De Rode Hoed' 

The venue is located at one of the canals in the heart of Amsterdam. The small red hat (rode hoed) on the facade remind us of the time a millinery was located at this address. It was there that in the 17th century a Remonstrant clandestine church was build in the backyard behind the facade of three stately and age-old canal houses. This hidden church remained active until the 1950's. In 1990 the not-for-profit foundation 'De Rode Hoed' was founded as a center for religion, philosophy, music and poetry. At the turn of the century more attention was given to contemporary societal issues in general.

Public transport

The 'Rode Hoed' is a 10-15 minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station or Dam Square (trams 4,9,16) or less than 10 minutes from Nieuwezijds Kolk (trams 1,2,5,13,17).
Paid parking on the streets around the venue is limited and expensive. 
Nearby parking: Parkeergarage De Kolk, Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal.


Route plan

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