Antiekcentrum AmsterdamCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: Elandsgracht 109, 1016 TT Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Timings: 11:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +31-206249038
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Market, Family And Kids
Antiekcentrum Amsterdam - Review
This place was previously known as De Looier and is basically an antique market and one of the most interesting and intriguing places in the city. If you are interested in old artifacts and want to collect some of them, then going to this place will be the best option for you as well.
Things like old paintings, furniture, jewelry, silverware, toys, watches and any old items are available here and you can go for any one of them depending on your taste and affordability. This one of the very few covered markets in the city and that is why, you need to check it. It is also friendly and a great place to visit.
Antiekcentrum Amsterdam Information
- If you are not buying anything then an hour or a little more will suffice.
- You need to be very careful about the products you are buying, all of them are not real or valuable.
How To reach Antiekcentrum Amsterdam by Public Transport
- Take a tram or buss from Amsterdam, Marnixplein
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1.87% of people who visit Amsterdam include Antiekcentrum Amsterdam in their plan
95% of people start their Antiekcentrum Amsterdam visit around 1 PM
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Antiekcentrum Amsterdam, Amsterdam Reviews
We have been visiting this establishment for years and it never disappoints. You can buy virtually any antique you are looking for here - glass, porcelain, art work, toys, furniture, antique bric a brac, etc etc. Staff are always on hand to offer help and advice, you just ring the bell and they arrive! Items are on sale in individual cabinets as well as small units. The establishment also benefits from a small cafe / bar that is reasonably priced and they have a regular weekly table top sale with various antiques on offer. This establishment is well worth a visit!
It has very good collection and there's also a collection from outsiders twice a year. Mostly in August and September. Some of the items are dated from 18th century also.
If you like antiques.... this place has a great variety. Prices are a bit steep, but the selection and quality are good. With antiques of you like it you better grab it as you might never find it again.
This was a veritable treasure trove of antiques, bric-a-brac and novelties. It was very similar setup to a department store - lots of small stores within the main building. Prepare to expend a good couple of hours and probably a sizeable 'coin purse!'
Many interesting things on display, even if you are just looking!