Agenda Pure Markt 2020

You can find us at the Pure Markt in Amsterdam. Besides our coffee and tea, there are around 90 stalls where artisan craftsmen sale food, drinks and a mix of designer, vintage and gifts items.

Agenda: (Sunday 11:00h – 18:00h, in winter the market will end at 17:00h)

Amstel ParkAmsterdamse BosPark Frankendael
29 March (Cancelled)
12 April (Cancelled)26 April (Cancelled)
10 May (Cancelled)17 May (Cancelled)30 May (Cancelled)
14 June (Cancelled)28 June (Cancelled)
12 July (Cancelled)19 July (Cancelled)26 July (Cancelled)
09 August (Cancelled)16 August (Cancelled)30 August (Cancelled)
13 September20 September27 September
11 October18 October25 October
15 November29 November
20 December

Park Frankendael, is the biggest and most important ecological park in Amsterdam. The park has been renovated completely. Where the former city nursery was located a new park area is located, and the old historical gardens have been restored. Big green lawns, playgrounds and “het Slingerpad” makes this location very suitable for this atmospheric market. At the picnic spots, you can relax and enjoy nice food and drinks.

Corner Middenweg/ Kamerlingh Onneslaan
Amsterdam Watergraafsmeer
Easy to go there by bike or public transport.
When you come by car, there is enough parking space and free parking on Sunday.

The Amstelpark has been designed for the Floriade off 1972, therefore you will find here a big variety of flowers, plants and trees.
A very nice location for the Market. In the middle of the park, you will find amongst our coffee, stalls with nice food, drinks and other creativity.
In the park, you’ll also find a city farm, a small train and a big playground.

Entrance at the Europablvd, opposite of the A.J. Ernststraat, Amsterdam-Zuid
Easy to go there by bike or public transport.
When you come by car, there is enough parking space and free parking on Sunday.

In 1934 tree planting in the Amsterdamse Bos began a task which eventually provided work for 20.000 unemployed people during the crisis years. The planting project ultimately lasted until 1967. Spanning an impressive 1,000 hectares, at three times the size of New York’s Central Park the Amsterdamse Bos is among the largest city parks in Europe. The Amsterdamse Bos has become a perfect mix of natural landscape, recreation and relaxation. The Grote Speelvijver and Grote Speelweide are good examples of this, this lake and playground are not only intended as visual treats but also to be used.
This is why this location is perfect to have a Pure Markt.

Entrance at the Amstelveenseweg, between Boswinkel and Klimbos
Easy to go there by bike or public transport.
When you come by car, there is enough parking space and free parking on Sunday.