National Holocaust Museum auditorium


About the auditorium

This hall is the National Holocaust Museum’s most flexible space. The ideal location for lectures, meetings, multimedia and press presentations. Equally suited for film screenings and workshops. The wonderful parquet floor is perfect for all kinds of activities.

Walter Süskind Auditorium


Mike Bink

The Walter Süskind Auditorium is situated by Henriëtte Pimentel Garden


Mike Bink


The hall can be arraged in various ways.


120 persons


The auditorium is available for hire per morning or afternoon. It is also available for use in the evening.

Per morning or afternoon



Evening arrangement (after 5pm)



Per security guard per hour after museum closes




on request

More information

Margriet Kotek

Head of sales & events

Practical information

  • Including VAT
  • Excluding €300 evening surcharge after 5pm
  • Excluding price of security, technician and catering
  • Including admission
  • Catering in the Jewish Cultural Quarter; all food is dairy or parve, and kosher

More information about catering

  • HD beamer and screen
  • 5.1 dolby surround system
  • Desktop or HDMI connection for laptop
  • Optional fixed stage or forum arrangement
  • Lectern with microphone
  • Also available: 4 wireless handheld microphones and 4 headsets
  • Adjustable lighting
  • Blu-ray/DVD player
  • Internet and WiFi

Public transport
The auditorium is in the National Holocaust Museum and is easy to reach from Amsterdam’s Central Station by tram 14 to Artis Zoo.

There are three underground car parks in the area: Markenhoven, ParkKing Waterlooplein and Stadhuis/Muziektheater.