Since the Corona virus currently makes an actual visit to The Hague rather difficult, we will gladly provide you with some tips to explore The Hague online. Enjoy the most beautiful City by the Sea in a different way!
This article is being updated regularly.
Take a virtual tour of the Museums
- View the beautiful collection of 17th century art of the Mauritshuis museum here online.
- A swimming pool in a museum? Sure, why not! Check out Museum Voorlinden for a digital dive.
- Be impressed by the unique car collection of the Louwman Museum.
- Explore the most interesting details of the Panorama or painter Mesdag here.
- Kunstmuseum The Hague has more than 160.000 pieces of art in its collection, view them here.
- Humanity House online - Meet the people who tell their story of fleeing and seeking refuge in the virtual Humanity House. Read the personal stories on this blog or listen to their stories via a podcast.
Livestreams virtual Cultural The Hague
- On Friday 29 May you can visit Hoogtij online from 7 p.m. On the website of www.hoogtij.net you will find a map with all participating locations. Each participant will make a video especially for this evening.
- The New European Ensemble will bring music into your homes at this time despite the fact that we can not perform from our regular concert venues. In the coming weeks, starting this Friday, they will offer you 7 chamber music programmes from the living rooms of ther musicians, live streamed on this website.
Finally time to find out more about your family tree
The Bureau for Genealogy is located in The Hague, you can have a look at their archive here! (website in Dutch only)
Missing the city by the sea? Have a look at these webcams:
Follow the Tall Ship Bark Europe on her journey to Scheveningen
Under the leadership of Dutch captain Eric Kesteloo, expedition ship Bark EUROPA departed Friday, March 27 from Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, and en route to the Netherlands. The crew of 19, of which four are of Dutch nationality, hope to reach home in The Hague in 2.5 months. Everyone on board is healthy, there is plenty of provisions on board and the solidarity is greater than ever before. Follow the journey here
Head in to nature, virtually
- In the heart of the protected nature area Meijendel you will find De Tapuit, the visitors centre of dune water company Dunea. Thousands of people normally come here to learn more about water, nature and the dunes. What hardly anyone knows, is that De Tapuit has some residents, namely barn owls. View them through this webcam.
- A scavenger hunt through The Hague Forest, how much fun is that! Currently, you are still allowed to go for a walk, but do keep a distance to other people. You can download a special app for these scavenger hunts, Have_a_look!
Virtual The Hague for kids
- Get out your crayons or pencils! Download a colouring page of our local football club ADO Den Haag
- Become even more arty with the colouring plates from Museum Statues by the Sea
- Visit Ricks Corner at Duinrell for some art and craft ideas
Bake a speciality from The Hague