Hoofdstraat 96, 2202EZ Noordwijk
Gallery Klooster is a former church building at a stone throw from the beach. It’s also located in a charming shopping centre. The building at the back with its half-round ceiling (15 meters high) and massive glass stained windows is very impressive.
At the front of the street, forming the entrance, there’s chapel build in 1647, still with a classic organ and pulpit. Picture these spaces furnished with the latest interior design and contemporary photo art, and you’ll agree that the combination location, building and interior makes our gallery quite unique and inspiring.
We would love to tell you all about the many possibilities for organizing an event in gallery Klooster, like conventions, seminars, dinners, meetings, product presentations and parties.
GREAT WI-FI NETWORK
''In November we have organized an event for our managers 'corporate Holland', together with Klooster en caterer Boenk & Van der Linde. Thanks to the creative solutions, the passion and perfection of this team, it was a very successful evening.'
Annelies Krol – Achmea Corporate Relations
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Noordwijk is an upscale seaside village, with 13 kilometer sandy beach. It’s enclosed by Holland’s main flower area (tulips), and ideally situated at 20 minutes’ drive from Schiphol airport right between Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam.
This and the presence of a few internationally famous hotels makes Noordwijk a very popular convention hotspot with more than a 1000 events a year. Often such conventions or seminars are combined with outdoor activities for which Noordwijk offers a wide variety of possibilities. In 2017 Noordwijk was crowned ‘European City of Sport’.
The main hotels in Noordwijk like Grand Hotel Huis ter Duin, Golden Tulip, Alexander Hotel, Radisson Blu Palace Hotel and Hotel van Oranje are located at about 3 to 5 minutes walking distance from Klooster.
KERK EN KAPEL AAN ZEE
In 1654 the protestant community in Noordwijk started using the Chapel at Sea. Since that time the chapel kept his historical character. In the beginning of the 20st century the growing protestant community needed to enlarge the building so a new church was build attached to the back of the chapel. This ‘Church at Sea’, as it was called, could accommodate twice as much people.
But when, a few years ago, two different protestant communities in Noordwijk joined forces it was decided that the community would continue its worship in another church building. Now interior designer Klooster uses the building for hosting events and as an art gallery and interior design store.