Check out their website for times of Christmas services.
Other Amsterdam churches with holidays evening masses are the Noorderkerk, Westerkerk, and the Oude Kerk.
There’s no Santa here—kids get their presents from Sint Nicolaas on December 5, not Christmas Day.
And for the Dutch, Christmas dinner takes place on the evening of December 24.
The Mozes & Aaronkerk (on Waterlooplein) has a multi-faith celebration with representatives from different religions (a priest, Buddhist monk, Islamic imam, and Jewish chazzan). Christmas Circus The beautiful Royal Carré Theatre stages the award-winning World Christmas Circus, uniting some of the world’s best circus acts in one child-friendly, spectacular seasonal show.
The Christmas circus has been a tradition in this theatre for more than 25 years; book tickets here. Hänsel und Gretel What’s Christmas without a fairy tale?
The Mc Cormick Tribune Ice Rink in Millennium Park ($12) is possibly the city's most famous.