Discover the Royal city of the Netherlands
How much do you know about the city that is home to the International Court of Justice, the Dutch government and the seat of the kingdom of the Netherlands? Visit the Historical Museum of The Hague and learn about the city’s importance and its history.
The multifaceted collection shows how people experienced life in the city and how it developed to the city it is today. Have a look at artworks painted by famous masters such as, Jan van Goyen, Jan van Ravensteyn, Jan Steen and many more. A digital chronological map illustrates the development of the growth of the city.
|LOCATION||Korte Vijverberg 7, The Hague|
|OPENING HOURS||Tue – Fri: 10:00 – 17:00 h, Sat & Sun: 12:00 – 17:00 h|
|PUBLIC TRANSPORT||The Historical Museum of The Hague is a 12 minute walk from The Hague Central Station
Bus 5, 22, 24 stop: Kneuterdijk
Tram: 1, 10, 16, 17 stop: Lange Vijverberg/ Kneuterdijk
|BEST TIME TO VISIT||All day|
|TICKET TYPE||Printed ticket|
The Historical Museum of The Hague offers a free app with an audiotour through IZI Travel in English and Dutch.
- Wheelchair accessible
- The nearest parking opportunities are garage Plein and Parking Muzenplein
- This museum owns more than 7.500 pieces of art about the history of The Hague between the 16th and 19th century!
- A children’s trail through the museum offers fun facts and more
- Discover the special WWII room, which tells the story of The Hague during the war.