’s-Hertogenbosch’s 1931 Congress Centre is easily accessible from the major cities. It is only half an hour’s drive from Utrecht, and an hour from Amsterdam and Antwerp. You can park your car in one of the 700 parking spaces in front of the door of 1931. If that’s not enough, it’s still possible to divert to one of the 4,000 parking spaces in the Brabanthallen. In addition, 1931 also has 4 charging points for your electric car. These are located to the right of the entrance, next to the bicycle park.
If you need a parking ticket, keep in mind that you can only pay with a pin. 1931 Congress Centre is a pin-only location.
1931 is also easily accessible by public transport. ’s-Hertogenbosch’s 1931 Congress Centre is only a 10 minute walk from ’s-Hertogenbosch Central Station. Take the station exit “Paleiskwartier / Brabanthallen” and you’ll see the congress centre’s tower appear after about 10 minutes. This tower is also the main entrance to the 1931 Congress Centre.
Disabled parking spaces are located in front of the main entrance of the 1931 Congress Centre. All rooms of the 1931 Congress Centre are accessible for disabled people. Some rooms by means of a lift, but most of the rooms are on the ground floor. The toilet is also located on the ground floor and is easily accessible. There is a separate toilet for guests with a wheelchair, which offers more space. This is located at the entrance.