Laurens Coster Statue
On the square north of the Grote Kerk is the Laurens Coster statue. Haarlemmers believe that Coster has a claim, along with Gutenberg,...
Haarlem’s modern and contemporary art museum resides within two historic ‘halls’: the 17th-century Dutch Renaissance Vleeshal , a former...
Corrie ten Boom House
Also known as 'the hiding place', the Corrie ten Boom House is named for the matriarch of a family that lived in the house during WWII....
For jazz and rhythm and blues, bands play on the back stage almost every night of the week from 10pm onwards to as late as 4am weekends.
De Haerlemsche Vlaamse
Practically on the doorstep of the Grote Kerk, this frites (French fries) joint, not much bigger than a telephone box, is a local...
Café Studio information
Lonely Planet review
A genteel watering hole during the day, this grand cafe-bar with cathedral views buzzes after dark.