The city centre of The Hague continues to portray an impressive look that is full of allure befitting of a royal city. Stroll through the historical streets and soak up the atmosphere of bygone days. Visit the places where magnificent parties were held, fit for nobility. Discover the location of Queen Emma's winter residence, or where work is carried out every day at Noordeinde.
Palaces of The Hague
FavouritesPalace Noordeinde The Palace Noordeinde with its gracefully landscaped garden is situated on the Noordeinde.
FavouritesEscher in the Palace Museum Escher in The Palace is a permanent exhibition dedicated to the artist M.C. Escher.
FavouritesKoninklijke Schouwburg Located in the heart of The Hague, the Koninklijke Schouwburg or Royal Theatre is a famous theatre.
FavouritesMauritshuis The Gallery Mauritshuis, houses a world-famous collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age.
FavouritesKneuterdijk Palace In 1816 King William I purchased Kneuterdijk Palace for his son and his Russian wife Anna Paulowna.
FavouritesRoyal Stables The Royal Stables in The Hague are home to the many carriages of the Royal Household.
FavouritesPalace Huis ten Bosch Huis ten Bosch Palace is the home King Willem-Alexander, Queen Máxima and their daughters.