Attraction Museum Youth

Humanity House

Prinsegracht 8, The Hague

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Type of ticket Price
Normal price € 9.50
Youth price € 6.50

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Opening hours

Opening hours
Day of the week Opening hours
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 12:00 - 17:00
Sunday 12:00 - 17:00

Average

4,2

Google Reviews

  • Masu Goupil

    The Humanity House was a wonderful edition to my experience in the Netherlands. My family is rooted in a history of refugees from the Algerian Genocide to the Holocaust, so I was raised to understand and appreciate the life of modern day immigrants. However, the Humanity House managed to paint a better picture than my parents ever could. The museum manages to make the experiences of a refugee extremely personal. I don't want to spoil anything, so I won't go into great detail, but entering the Humanity House is like entering a new life. The very last room almost made me cry. The staff give you a big piece of paper that has questions on it for you to fill out during your journey. This is a nice touch, as it gets people to think more. The very last question is "how would you describe the Humanity House in one word". The problem with this question is that I can't limit this wonderful place to only a few letters. If I had to, it would either be 'thought-provoking' or 'heart-breaking'. The staff is also brilliant. They are so kind and so patient. They are knowledgeable and can answer any questions well, but most importantly, they are wonderful people. There is nothing negative that I can say about the Humanity House. It's a beautiful addition to a beautiful city. This is a must if you are visiting Den Haag or any surrounding areas. (Side note: the question sheet asks "whom did you meet", but this is grammatically incorrect. It's either "who did you meet", or "with whom did you meet". This kinda triggered me, but I can't hold this against the place. 'Whom' is such an obscure grammatical rule, anyway).

    2 months ago
  • tamilew329

    I absolutely recommend this museum for both children and adults. The museum offer experiential exhibits on human interest topics. My latest visit was for the refugee exhibit. You could follow the tracks of a refugee and learn, see, hear and smell what they do along their journeys. At the end, there were virtual exhibits to "meet" the refugees.

    3 months ago
  • Phoebe Turner

    Beautifully crafted. An immersive experience worth doing. I was blown away by the construction, and left with new understanding of the refugee situation.

    6 months ago
  • Val

    Everybody need to visit this museum to understand what migrants go through so they can be more humane when dealing with human suffering

    3 months ago
  • Maurice Kirschbaum

    Great place for exhibitions and thoughtful discussions, always try and mostly succeed to stay relevant

    4 months ago