The Hague Sights

The Hague's center is crammed with the best the city has to offer in terms of art, history, and architecture. An exploration of a relatively small area will take you to the Binnenhof, home to the famous Ridderzaal or along the leafy Lange Voorhout for a stroll through what in the 19th century was the place to see and be seen. Venture a little farther afield and you’ll come upon the Gemeentemuseum

Den Haag, where works by Vermeer and other masters usually hanging in the Mauritshuis are on view.

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Binnenhof and the Ridderzaal

  • Government Building

The governmental heart of the Netherlands, the Binnenhof (or Inner Court) complex is in the very center of town yet tranquilly set apart,...

De Mesdag Collectie

  • Museum/Gallery

Literally wallpapered with grand paintings and exquisite fabrics and tapestries, this oft-overlooked treasure-house is the former residence...

Escher in Het Paleis Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

First known as the Lange Voorhout Palace, this lovely building was originally the residence of Caroline of Nassau, daughter of Prince...

Galerij Prins Willem V

  • Museum/Gallery

One of the last remaining Dutch art kabinets, this princely gallery is packed with old masters hung in 18th-century touche-touche...

Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

  • Museum/Gallery

One of the finest examples of 20th-century museum architecture was designed by H. P. Berlage (the grand old master of modern Dutch...

Gevangenpoort Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Originally a gatehouse to the local duke's castle, Gevangenpoort was converted to a prison around 1420. In 1882, it opened in its current...

Grote Kerk

  • Market/Bazaar

The main traditional street market (an organic farmers' market at that) in The Hague is generally held outside the Grote Kerk on Wednesday...

Haags Historisch Museum

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One of the series of museums that encircle the Hofvijver lake, the Historical Museum is in the Sebastiaansdoelen, a magnificent Classical-Baroque...


  • Body Of Water/Waterfall

Beside the Binnenhof, this long, rectangular reflecting pool—the venerable remains of a medieval moat—comes complete with tall fountains...

Lange Voorhout

  • Market/Bazaar

From the beginning of May until the end of October on Thursday and Sunday, an antiques market takes over Lange Voorhout. Wandering through...


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