The Museum “Straat” in Amsterdam exhibits amazing Graffiti and Street Art. It is definitely a true paradise for street art lovers, street art creators, and anyone interested in great graffiti and street art.
Majestic street art on the former NDSM Warf in Amsterdam
In Amsterdam North on the NDSM site, in an immense former ship shed of 8000 m2, you will find STRAAT, the Graffiti, and Street Art museum. In this museum, you can admire 150 huge Street Artworks. Well, over a hundred artists join the exhibition. Some artists created works of art right there in the museum. You should know the entire collection is huge and can not be continuously exhibited altogether.
The museum Straat strives for a national and international collection. In addition, STRAAT offers an educational tour where most questions will be answered. And, last but not least In 2021 “STRAAT | Street Art museum” was proclaimed the National Dutch Museum of the Year. So, you can expect to see some stunning pieces over there.
Amsterdam hosts the world’s biggest Street Art and Graffiti Museum
The museum “Straat” is the largest street art and graffiti museum in the world and it is an absolute must to visit this museum. In any case, it is super cool to go to the impressive NDSM area in Amsterdam. In addition to the STREET museum, you will find the opportunity to walk around in a former shipyard shed where you find super cozy and trendy cafes and restaurants. On NDSM square, you can admire the towering street art of the former and very popular and loveable mayor of Amsterdam, Eberhard van der Laan. Eberhard loved so much by the residents of Amsterdam passed away some years ago.
How to get to Museum STRAAT at NDSM Amsterdam?
Address: STRAAT Street Art museum, NDSM-Plein 1, 1033 WC Amsterdam
By car: Ring Amsterdam (A10): exit Oostzaan direction S118. Parking at Papaverweg Amsterdam.
By bus: From Amsterdam central railway station (Amsterdam CS) ‘by bus 35, 91, or 94. Get off at Klaprozenweg (91, 94) or Ataturk (35).
By Free ferry: Behind Amsterdam’s central railway station, Ferry 906 to the NDSM-Quay.