Get an inside look at one of the world’s most prestigious music venues on a 75-minute behind-the-scenes tour of Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw. Alongside your guide, you’ll discover the 19th-century building’s rich history and enjoy access to normally restricted areas, such as the changing rooms and attic. See, too, the labyrinth of passageways in the bowels of the concert hall, and marvel at the ornate décor of the Main Hall and Recital Hall. This small-group tour is limited to 10 to maintain an intimate atmosphere.
After making your own way to Concertgebouw, located within easy reach of Amsterdam Central Station, you’ll greet your guide outside of the ticket office and begin your behind-the-scenes tour of the venue.
Commissioned in 1881 by six illustrious Dutch citizens, the exceptional acoustics and dynamic design of the Concertgebouw have earned it international acclaim. Listen to anecdotes derived from the building’s rich history as you gain access to areas normally restricted to the public.
Explore the attic and the changing rooms, in addition to the passageways that snake beneath the Main Hall. Admire the opulent décor of the Recital Hall before concluding your tour back at Concertgebouw’s entrance.