Herengracht 474 - detail

Photo: Walther Schoonenberg
 

Contact us

Contact details

We gladly share our information, advice and contacts with you through our websites and social media, or during meetings and conversations in our office.

Telephone
+31 (0)20 616 4225

Email
post@dutchculture.nl or contact one of our team members directly.

Visiting address
Herengracht 474
1017 CA Amsterdam

PO Box
Postbus 15648
1001 NC Amsterdam

Directions
By public transport:
From Amsterdam Central Station: tram 2 (direction Nieuw Sloten) or tram 12 (direction Amstelstation) to stop Koningsplein (walk 5 minutes). Or metro 52 (direction Station Zuid) to stop Vijzelgracht (walk 5 minutes). For the most actual public transport information, visit 9292.

By car:
Parking spaces are very limited in this part of Amsterdam. There are several parking garages at walking distance and cheaper options on the edge of the city. Find more information about parking your car in Amsterdam.

ANBI

DutchCulture has been designated as a Cultural General Benefit Organization (in Dutch: Culturele Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling, ANBI). This status gives a donor the opportunity to make use of the tax advantages of the Donation Act.

DutchCulture is registered at the tax authorities under the name Dutch Center for International Cooperation.

Chamber of Commerce number: 54572320

RSIN / tax number: 8513.55.730.B.01

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DutchCulture office: art at work

The office of DutchCulture is located in an outstanding monumental building on the Herengracht canal, offered to us under very favourable conditions by the Prince Bernhard Cultural Foundation. If you wish to know more about the building, click here (in Dutch only).

At our initiative and that of our co-tenant International Foundation Manifesta, site-specific exhibitions regularly take place in our building. We invite Amsterdam-based galleries that operate internationally to curate them.