The Abbey Church is a Protestant church in Loosduinen in The Hague. The church is the oldest building in The Hague, and is even older than the Knights' Hall that was built in the same style. The Abbey Church was built between 1238 and 1250 by the wife of Dutch Count Floris IV in a transition style from Roman to Gothic. During the summer months, the church is open for viewing on Sundays. Organ recitals are also held, as well as organ tours. The organ is the centrepiece of the church and is certainly worth a visit.
Loosduinen is easiest to reach from Station Den Haag Centraal by taking tram 2 (towards Kraayenstein) or tram 3 (towards Loosduinen). If travelling to Loosduinen by car, follow the signs for Kijkduin beach that is located two kilometres away. Parking in Loosduinen is mostly free.