Outdoor

Clingendael

Clingendael 12a, The Hague

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Opening hours

The Clingendael Estate is open all year round. The Japanese Garden can be visited only during a short period during Spring and Autumn.

Average

4,2

Google Reviews

  • Taniya Chakraborty

    The Japanese Garden is a small but pretty section within the Clingendaal Forests in The Hague. It is opened during the spring and for a limited time of two weeks during autumn. It has the Buddha statues surrounded by cherry trees, small ponds and green moss laden soil. It is a very good place for both adults and kids but I found it it a bit too small in area for all the crowd it attracts. I visited it during autumn but have heard that there are mesmerizing cherry blossoms during spring. If possible, visit it while in The Hague. I have attached some photos of the Japanese Garden and the Clingendaal woods

    a week ago
  • Mx Sound

    Amazing garden with playground area and water. Herons, ducks and geese around and zen maintained gardens on some parts. Is easy to reach by bike, transport or walk. I recommend walking since some parts are walking only.

    2 weeks ago
  • Shivania Marjanom

    I expected it to be bigger and the charm was a bit gone for me because of all the visitors. It was okay to visit it once. But not a must unless you just want to take some nice pictures.

    3 weeks ago
  • Ranjani Shamasundar

    Cozy little place in the middle of Clingendael estate. Has a bunch of colorful trees and some Japanese statues. The Clingendael estate has so many more beautiful gardens, it was lovely to stroll through them.

    a month ago
  • Dana Kirsh

    Absolutely stunning. Can be crowded but can still enjoy this place. Took amazing photoes. Visited in June.

    3 weeks ago