De Uithof in The Hague is the ideal location for a day or afternoon out. Children can whizz to the bottom on a snowboard or play in the Kids Zone, while parents skate around the ice rink. Afterwards, they can determine who is the fastest in the family on the karting track. With activities such as skating, skiing, snowboarding and karting there is always something for the entire family to do. Live life to the fullest!
Ski and snowboard slope De Uithof is primarily known as one of the Netherlands' indoor ski and snowboard slopes. Based in The Hague, a stone's throw away from Kijkduin beach, you can ski or snowboard down the 400-metre-long piste 365 days a year. With four lifts, two ski tows and two strap lifts, the queues are short and you can enjoy the snow for a long time. For beginners ski and snowboard lessons can be booked and you can ski down the piste on your own in no-time. Ski and snowboard clothing and materials are obviously available for hire. If you don't feel like attaching skis, but still want to slide down the slopes, then go for the air tubes. Whatever you do, snow and fun at De Uithof will satisfy you!
Skating on the semi-indoor 400-metre-long ice rink at De Uithof is a guaranteed success. On the ice at De Uithof you can let yourself go completely from the beginning of October to the end of March. Professional teams train here in preparation for tournaments and both beginners and advanced skaters make their rounds here.
In the middle of the ice rink is the fun rink, which you can easily reach via the walkway. In the fun rink you don't need to take account of the compulsory skating direction. In addition to 'ordinary' skating, you can also visit De Uithof for figure skating, curling and ice hockey. The ice hockey hall is the home of the only ice hockey club in The Hague: HYS The Hague.
Go-kart at De Uithof in The Hague are for real speed devils. If you want to tear over the race track and you're not afraid of speed, then this is the perfect outing for you. From beginners to advanced go-karters, from competition racers to children: everyone can have fun on the go-kart track at De Uithof. With a spectacular curve and a hill, the kart track at De Uithof is a fun and challenging track for many go-karters. You can come go-karting here throughout the year, from Tuesdays to Sundays. De Uithof also offers different packages and training for children. In addition, adults can also enjoy ice-karting at De Uithof after the skating season is over. If you love speed then De Uithof is the right address for you!
Food and drink
De Uithof is a venue for three different food and drink locations. Enjoy the Grand Café, with a view of the entire complex. Drink your warm chocolate milk by the cosy fire, while your children take their skiing lesson. In the Kartcafé, have a rest from go-karting and gaming while you enjoy a cold drink. This café is also perfect for rounding off a men's day thanks to its sleek and trendy atmosphere. If you prefer a cosy and informal atmosphere, then choose the Skicafé with a view of the 400-metre-long ski run. The cafés can be hired for a private dinner or party.
De Uithof is easy to reach by car. From the A4 take the Den Haag-Zuid exit (exit 12). Then follow the directions to Wateringen. On Lozerlaan you will automatically see the signs leading to De Uithof. Also from the A13 and A12 follow the A4, take exit 12 and you will see the signs. By public transport you can also reach De Uithof easily. From Den Haag Centraal Station De Uithof can be reached by RandstadRail 4 and bus line 25. Get off at the stop for De Uithof.
Very affordable and great fun for kids! There is a nice restaurant upstairs and food was decent and not over charged like many indoor playground. My daughter told me she wants to go there everyday. ;) that says enough.
Incredibly affordable and not too packed. The staff are very friendly, the karting track is great fun with a solid track. Skiing is as good as indoor skiing gets with the biggest indoor slope I've seen!
The place itself is great - lots of fun offerings and the ambience is nice. Finding it and the walk to the main entrance is a nightmare for pedestrians though. Why have to walk all around the building from the tram for like twenty minutes.