The Onze Lieve Vrouw Hemelvaartkerk is a Roman Catholic church in Loosduinen in The Hague. With regard to the history of architecture, the church is a significant example of Neo-Gothic style. It is the only church building in the municipality of The Hague designed by Eduard J. Margry. The church derives its art historical value to the stations of the cross and decorative paintings by Dunselman, the Neo-Gothic stained glass windows and the Maarschalkerweerd organ. From an urban design perspective, the high towers of the church make it significant as a striking landmark on the edge of the old village centre of Loosduinen. In addition to church services, concerts are also held regularly in the church.
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.