Netherlands eScience Center
Science Park 140
1098 XG Amsterdam
Using a navigation system? The new street name "Science Park" is not yet implemented in some systems. You can use instead "Kruislaan 419" (the old address of Science Park 140).
Take the ring-road Amsterdam (A10) Exit "Watergraafsmeer/S113". Follow the signs "Science Park". On the Middenweg at Kruislaan go right. After the railroad tunnel the name of this road is Science Park. Follow the signs.
Science Park Amsterdam has a policy of overall paid parking. Parking charges: € 2.40 per hour, charged per 5 minutes. Maximum charge for one day is € 17.20.
Visitors and suppliers of goods are required to take a ticket upon entering the car park. This ticket is valid during 1 hour. This means that entry and exit are free for a stay of up to 1 hour. If they require longer than 1 hour, they can obtain an exit card at the office of the Center.
From Amsterdam Central station: Take a local train to Amsterdam Science Park. From there it is a seven minute walk to the Center (see route below).
From Amsterdam Airport (Schiphol): Take a (frequent) train to Amsterdam Central station and from there take a local train to Amsterdam Science Park.
From train station Amsterdam Amstel or Muiderpoort: Take bus 40 to Science Park Aqua. The bus stops in front of our building.
For recent information about reaching us with public transport, you can check the "public transport online information" website www.9292ov.nl.
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