From 1920 to 1984 this warf was one of the largest in the world, gigantic ships rolled down the ramp. The large warehouses and imposing factory buildings give the NDSM-wharf squares and surrounding streets its raw look and became an ideal breedingplace for creative people.
To reach the NDSM wharf, we took the S118 exit by car on the A10 ring road and followed the signs “Noord 180”. In addition, a free ferry goes directly to the NDSM shipyard From Amsterdam Central which is accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. The first large building you see is the Lasloods with the Anne Frank mural made by Eduardo Kobra. You will also find various Graffiti creations around this building that change every week. In the past the Lasloods, also called the “cathedral of NDSM”, was a place were huge ships and parts were welded. Ready for the slope, ready for the water. Now the Lasloods is one the largest Street Art museum in the world.