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,...
At the western end of the Grote Markt is the florid, 14th-century town hall, which sprouted many extensions including a balcony where...
Grote Kerk van St Bavo
Topped by a towering 50m-high steeple, the Gothic Grote Kerk van St Bavo cathedral contains some fine Renaissance artworks, but the star...
Just off the Grote Markt, you can choose from more than 100 different vodkas and cocktails including Haarlem Mule (vodka, ginger beer...
De Haerlemsche Vlaamse
Line up at this local institution for a cone of crispy, golden fries made from fresh potatoes and one of a dozen sauces, including three...
Grote Markt 16 · interesting places nearby
De Hallen information
Haarlem’s modern and contemporary art museum resides within two historic ‘halls’: the 17th-century Dutch Renaissance Vleeshal , a former meat market and the sole place that meat was allowed to be sold in Haarlem from the 17th through to the 19th century, and the neoclassical Verweyhal (fish house). Eclectic exhibits rotate every three months and range from Dutch impressionists and CoBrA artists to innovative video, installation art and photography by cutting-edge international artists.