Tuschinski Theater


26-34 Reguliersbreestraat,


Though Abraham Tuschinski was killed along with his family at Auschwitz, his spectacular cinema in Amsterdam survived and remains the largest in the Netherlands. Today, it’s the extravagant mix of Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Moorish, and Oriental styles throughout the theater that ensures its fame. Beyond the Art Deco lamps, peacock paintings, and a 50-yard Moroccan carpet in the foyer, the opera house-like cinema hall contains about 800 seats and double-size “loveseats” on the floor, under two levels of private boxes. A VIP ticket includes a pre-show warm up of canapés and champagne.