The Hague and the Royal family (Oranjes) belong together. With this city walk you will discover the rich royal history of the royal city. The route takes you along the many palaces, historical monuments and beautiful palace gardens in the city centre of The Hague. Stroll through The Hague and feel like the King!
Escher in the Palace
Lange Voorhout Palace. The museum still feels like an old palace
Huis Huguetan at Lange Voorhout 34 has a rich royal history. The city palace was
In the Kloosterkerk a series of ceremonies of the Oranjehuis have taken place.
Willem II once lived here, now the Council of State is located here.
The working palace of the King, it has centuries of history.
Equestrian statue Prince William of Oranje
The equestrian statue of William of Orange is the oldest free-standing statue
Behind these walls are the royal carriages, also the Glass Coach.
Admire the Royal Archives and the palace - or have a picnic here.
Named after Willem II and now a popular shopping street in 't Hofkwartier.
Royal marriages are blessed here and many baptised.
Gallery Prince William V
In 1773, Prince William V built this gem: the Netherlands' first museum.
Inner Court - Hall of Knights
This has been the centre of Dutch politics for centuries.
Built in 1633 for Count Johan Maurits and now a famous museum.
Statue Prince William of Oranje
(1533-1584, nickname: William the Silent), 1848
The King's Office
This 17th-century house is the link between the king and ministers.