• 1200 Shops & outlets 
  • New offers every week
  • 60+ (small) Restaurants
  • 40+ Nationalities

Shop, eat & be surprised!

Shop, eat & be surprised! The Bazaar is a lively combination of 100.000 m² of outlets, shops, stalls, and food stands.

Over 1,000 entrepreneurs from around 40 distinct cultural backgrounds provide a broad variety of products, distributed over 16 halls, 3 outdoor markets, the Gold Souk, a fresh produce market and two large food courts.

Opening hours

  • Fridays from noon to 9:00 PM: Fresh produce, two outlets, and foodcourt (outside seating)
  • Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 AM to 9:00 PM: all shops
  • Free entrance

COViD-19

The Bazaar follows the official guidelines

  • Opening hours were expanded to include Fridays noon to nine PM
  • Please wear a mouth mask inside the halls
  • Please keep 1,5 meters apart and avoid crowds
  • Visitor information

  • Stores

By Car

The Bazaar has 5 parking lots. Follow the blue “P Bazaar” signs.

Navigation address: Ringvaartweg 30, Beverwijk

Public Transport

Train station Beverwijk is a 10 minute walk from the Bazaar, or take bus 76 to the Bazaar bus stop.

From Zaandam, please take bus 59 to the Bazaar (bus stop Wijkermeerweg).

Parking for Visitors with Limited Mobility

Special parking lots for disabled are situated next to the entrance of the following parking lots:

Navigation address: Ringvaartweg 30, Beverwijk

Navigation address: Montageweg 35, Beverwijk


Facilities for Visitors with Limited Mobility

Please go to the market office (white building labeled 'Marktkantoor') to pick up a wheelchair free of charge. A 50,- deposit is required.

Book a wheelchair through Reception: +31 (0) 251-26 26 26.

The parking lot closest to the market office is P4.

Restrooms for disabled 

  • In Hall 30
  • At the outdoor market Plein 7 (square 7)
  • Near Hall 31

ATM, WiFi & Rules for Service Dogs

  • Many shops are cash only. Please use one of the 7 ATMs or go to Reception at the market office to withdraw cash
  • Free Wifi everywhere
  • Small dogs and service dogs are welcome as long as they are on a leash, with exception of several restaurants and food markets. Dog owners are required to clean up after their dogs. Bag it up and put it in one of the many bins.