Hollandsche Schouwburg

Remember and commemorate at a historic site
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Hollandsche Schouwburg

Theatre, deportation centre, memorial

Once a theatre, Hollandsche Schouwburg was seized by the Nazis in the Second World War. From July 1942, Jews ordered to report for deportation were assembled here. Tens of thousands of people passed through these doors. Many spent hours, days, even weeks locked in here before being sent to concentration and extermination camps. Today, it’s a memorial for all the victims of the Holocaust.

Visiting in a group?

Groups can also visit the Hollandsche Schouwburg. Are you coming with a group of 8 people or more? In that case, we ask for a contribution of € 50.00 per group and to register your visit. This way, we can ensure that the visit proceeds as smoothly as possible.

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Take a look behind the scenes at Hollandsche Schouwburg and the new National Holocaust Museum and discover the amazing stories our collections tells.

Opening times

  • Opening Hours

    • Every day10 am - 5 pm

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