Highlights of The Hague
You will find this national monument behind the Kloosterkerk. One of the few courtyards that is open to public.The 'Rusthofje' is an oasis of peace in the middle of the city.
Monastic Store / Willibrorduskapel
In this small monastery shop, the brothers of St. John sell their home-brewed beer and other monastery products. Above the shop is the chapel. A must see, if only for the beautiful stained glass windows.
Courtyard garden Restaurant Schlemmer
Schlemmer is a café - restaurant where you will meet local artists, actors and politicians. Go down the stairs to the beautiful garden to enjoy your coffee or a delicious Flammkuchen.
A little out of town but well worth the detour this urban farm. You can watch animals, have a drink, have lunch (of course with fresh ingredients from the garden) and pick vegetables and fruit.
James Turrell - Celestial Vault
In the dunes nearby Kijkduin, where light can have such a tangible presence, artist James Turrell created a place to gaze at the sky. At the top of one of the rubble dunes, a bowl in the shape of an ellipse has been built, 30 meters wide and 40 meters long. A wall of earth, approximately 5 meters high encloses the bowl.