Exclusive Meeting Rooms

The Museum of Bags and Purses’ 17th and 18th century period rooms provide a unique location for business meetings such as board meetings, training sessions, presentations or lectures.

The Museum of Bags and Purses is located in a beautiful, historic canal house with a rich history. It has been maintained in nearly its original condition since the 17th century, and therefore has an impressive story to tell. It’s no wonder, then, that the building is part of UNESCO’s World Heritage canal ring in Amsterdam. In short: the ideal setting for meetings.

 

 

The Museum of Bags and Purses is located in a beautiful, historic canal house with a rich history. It has been maintained in nearly its original condition since the 17th century, and therefore has an impressive story to tell. It’s no wonder, then, that the building is part of UNESCO’s World Heritage canal ring in Amsterdam. In short: the ideal setting for meetings.

 

 

“We felt like we owned the city, as we had our board meeting in such a lavish and lovely room. And that view of the canals! High quality service and food, but the trips to the barista were our favorite.”
Dawn Charlton Board of commissioners The North of England P&I Association Limited

Catering & coffee

Our museum restaurant will take care of the catering, down to the last detail: from a luxurious coffee reception to an extensive lunch or drinks with hors d’oeuvres.

Ample parking is available in a nearby parking structure The Bank (Rembrandtplein) or in the Stopera (Muziektheater-Stadhuis) on Waterlooplein.

Capacity

The 17th and 18th century rooms are on the first floor of the museum, and overlook the Herengracht. Depending upon the size of your group, you can book the rooms together or separately.

For large and small groups

Graeff room (50m2):

  • up to 24 people with Board Table
  • up to 32 people Cabaret style
  • up to 50 people Theatre style

 

 

Bicker room (30m2):

  • up to 16 people with Board Table
  • up to 20 people Cabaret style
  • up to 25 people Theatre style

Questions?

Do you have any questions or would you like to make a reservation?

Call us:  +31 (0) 20 5 24 64 52

e-mail us:  reserveringen@tassenmuseum.nl