After a long search for funds and a dependable contractor as well as final adjustments to the design, the day has finally come; the plans to construct a pavilion next to the Sloterplas are moving from the drawing board to the construction site.Read more
Walk with a guide through the ‘living’ open air museum, with a ‘collection’ consisting of houses, public gardens, shops, parks, squares and streets. From 1951 onwards, Amsterdam’s first City Garden outside the Ring Railway, Slotermeer, was built here.Read more
Cornelis van Eesteren was a Dutch architect and urban planner who developed the General Extension Plan (Algemeen Uitbreidingsplan or AUP) for Amsterdam in 1934.Read more
Museum houses abound along the canals in the centre of Amsterdam, but you can also get a glimpse of life in Amsterdam in the 1950s outside the city’s centre. At the Freek Oxstraat 27-house in Slotermeer you can experience how people lived in a modern family house in the 1950s.Read more
The Van Eesteren Museum on the Burgemeester de Vlugtlaan opened its doors in October 2010. The building was built in 1966 as the third municipal home and industrial school under commission of the Town Planning Department of the City of Amsterdam.Read more
The Van Eesteren Museum is run by a big group of enthusiastic volunteers, supported by a small group of staff and freelancers. New volunteers are always welcomed.
The Van Eesteren Museum is supported through generous donations of friends of the Museum, afterall with friends you can always get more done. If you would like to support us please become a Friend of Van Eesteren.