Transport to NLR
NLR Amsterdam by car from Schiphol:
Take the A4 highway (which runs from Schiphol to Amsterdam) and exit at Sloten (Exit 1). At the end of the exit road, turn right, in the direction of Schinkel/S107. After about 2 km, turn right, again in the direction of Schinkel/S107. This is the Henk Sneevlietweg. It takes you over a viaduct crossing the A10 highway. After the viaduct, take the first right to the Anthony Fokkerweg. NLR Amsterdam will be on your right.
Coming from other directions by car:
From the A10 highway, take the Schinkel (S107) exit. (This is not accessible from the A4.) At the end of the exit road, follow the signs toward Schinkel and, after about 100 meters, take the first right to the Anthony Fokkerweg. NLR Amsterdam will be on your right.
By Train from Schiphol Airport:
Take the train to Amsterdam Lelylaan or Amsterdam Zuid WTC (about 7 minutes). Change for the Metro, line 50, to Henk Sneevlietweg (about 5 minutes). It is about a ten-minute walk from there.
From Amsterdam Central Train Station:
Take Tram 2 to Hoofddorpplein. It is about a ten-minute walk from there.
Or take any train going to Amsterdam Sloterdijk, Amsterdam Zuid WTC, or Amsterdam Lelylaan station and Metro line 50 to Henk Sneevlietweg. It is about a ten-minute walk from there.
NLR Amsterdam is also served by bus 62. The stop is called Naaldwijkstraat.
Access information NLR
For security reasons you need to identify yourself by showing a government issued photo ID at the central reception. You will then receive a visitors badge which need to be visible at all times. The visitors badge needs to be returned when leaving NLR premises.
You have to be accompanied by a NLR employee when visiting the buildings and facilities. It is not allowed to take pictures and make video and/or audio recordings.