This extraordinary cinema is named after Abraham Tuschinski, Amsterdam's single most illustrious cinematic entrepreneur. Built in 1921 as a 'world theatre palace', the decoration is an arresting clash of rococo, art deco and Jugendstil, which can make it difficult to keep your eyes on the silver screen. This is where glittering premieres usually take place to road-blocking effect.
|Venue name:||Pathé Tuschinski|
|Opening hours:||Screens 4.|
|Transport:||Tram 4, 9, 14, 16, 24, 25|