Westbroekpark is one of the most beautiful parks in The Hague. The park was created during the nineteen twenties according to a design by Pieter Westbroek. When the weather is nice many youngsters and families come to Westbroekpark to enjoy a game of soccer and a picnic. The colourful rose garden is one of the park's highlights, as is the romantic tearoom where you can enjoy high tea or rent a rowing boat. Children can play for hours on the playing field.
The Westbroekpark rose garden has acquired international fame. The rose garden contains approximately 20,000 rose bushes and more than 300 varieties of roses. Approximately 25,000 roses flower between July and October. Rose growers from across the globe visit the park annually for the International Rose Trials.
The Rosarium Wokrestaurant Westbroekpark offers an Oriental wok buffet bursting with fresh produce for both lunch and dinner.
Directly behind the rose garden, hidden among the trees, lies the romantic Waterkant tearoom. Every day delightful lunches prepared with fresh ingredients are served here. Enjoy your lunch on the grass terrace. For just a few euros you can even rent a rowing boat with which you can explore the park. The tearoom is open daily between May and mid September.