Special evenings at special locations

Dine with 1500 guests in a 14th century church, the tables laid out beautifully, surrounded by hundreds of lit votives on the edges of the pillars, while a choir provides a musical intermezzo.

A walking dinner for 300 people in a 19th century concert hall, where celebrities like Enaudi and Armin van Buuren perform. Travelling back through time in an intimate chamber amidst historical wood panelling.

A wine tasting with accompanying delicious luxury canapes and hors d’oeuvres in a beautiful castle, or a dinner in a national museum next to an authentic, 2000-year-old Egyptian temple.

A wonderful buffet, seated at long tables between the cast iron machines in an old blanket factory from 1817, where the industrial history is still tangible and visible.

All of that is possible, right here in Leiden, City of Discoveries.