Loosduin Museum De Korenschuur brings the history of the former market gardening village of Loosduinen into focus. The museum is located beside De Korenaer corn mill. Situated next to the canal were the miller's house and De Korenschuur, built in 1895 as a grain store. In 1982, De Korenschuur was restored to house the Loosduins Museum in 1983.
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.
Type of ticket
Loosduin Museum De Korenschuur
Margaretha v Hennebergwg 2a, 2552 BA, The Hague