The Plan Zuid ("South Plan") is an urban development plan of Amsterdam South, designed by architect Hendrik Berlage. In 1917 Plan Zuid was accepted by the city council. On the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th of october we will celebrate 100 years of Plan Zuid, an ‘open air museum’ full of architecture and art. Below you can find the program and dates for the festival.
We cordially invite you for theexhibition 'Lost Horizon' by painter Indra Terburg. Indra is a participant in our series 'Inspired by the Amsterdam School'. The paintings are on show in our Lunchroom from 17 July to 15 October 2017 during regular opening hours and the exhibition is free of admission.
A bus tour with a professional tour guide on the history of social housing in the Netherlands. The bus tour starts at Museum het Schip.
Every hour you can join a guided tour in and around building The Ship. Only the 3 o'clock tour is guaranteed in English
Museum het Schip also has a Visitor centre in the social housing block De Dageraad (The Dawn) in Plan South.
Burgemeester Tellegenstraat 128.
Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11am til 5pm. On other days on request.
All you want to know about the museum. The famous social housing block of architect Michel de Klerk. Tuesday to Sunday from 11:00-17:00. Address: Spaarndammerplantsoen 140.
Museum Het Schip is the architecture and design museum about the Amsterdam School. It is located in the world famous workers palace 'Het Schip' by architect Michel de Klerk in Amsterdam.
Looking for a special location for your meeting, lecture, lunch or drinks? Museum Het Schip offers several packages.