Excursions in The Hague

You can book more than 34 tours, tickets to museums, and skip-the-line passes to the main sights in The Hague.

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Whether you're looking for a day of sightseeing, or just want to have a look at some historic buildings, you'll find what you're looking for in the city of The Hague. The city, located in the Netherlands, is home to the U.N.'s International Court of Justice, as well as the Gothic-style Binnenhof complex, which houses the parliament of the Netherlands.

Museum of Gevangenpoort

Located in The Hague, the Museum of Gevangenpoort is a former gate on Buitenhof that was converted into a prison in the early seventeenth century. It's a miniature version of European prisons, but it isn't for the faint of heart. It's a fascinating experience that evokes the grim life of an imprisoned criminal.

The museum houses the country's largest collection of punishment instruments. Initially, prisoners were kept as debtors, and it has been since repurposed as a repository for the nation's most devious crimes. The museum displays an array of devices including a breaking rack, a flogging bench, and a pillory.

Museum of Kunstmuseum Den Haag

Located in The Hague, Netherlands, the Museum of Kunstmuseum Den Haag is one of the best modern art museums in Europe. Its collections include sculptures, paintings, and drawings. They span from French Impressionism to Post-War Art.

The museum has the largest collection of works by Piet Mondrian in the world. In addition to his abstract works, the museum also features works by Monet and Pablo Picasso.

The museum has more than 50,000 objects in its collection. This includes 19th and 20th-century paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints by European and Dutch artists. It also has an impressive collection of Delftware and Persian ceramics.


Museum of Mauritshuis

Located in the city center of The Hague, the Museum of Mauritshuis has a collection of Dutch Golden Age paintings. It was designed by Pieter Post and Jacob van Campen. Its facade is made of light-coloured natural stones.

Originally a 17th-century Dutch Renaissance residence, it was transformed into a museum in 1822. Its location, next to the Dutch Prime Minister's House, provides easy access. The museum features a gift shop and offers educational programs and temporary exhibitions.

The Mauritshuis museum houses a collection of more than 200 works, including some of the most important paintings from the Golden Age. Some of the most renowned works on display are Girl with a Pearl Earring by Johannes Vermeer, the Portrait of an Old Man by Rembrandt, and the Lesson in Anatomy of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp.

Scheveningen Aquarium

Located in Holland's Hague, Sea Life Scheveningen is a fun place to visit. The aquarium offers a wide variety of displays, including sharks, rays, stingrays and seahorses. It also features daily feeds and a virtual aquarium.

The SEA LIFE Center is a great place to spend time with the family. It has an underwater aquarium, a penguin tank, a walk-through shark tank and a touch pool. In addition, the center offers a 'Shark Cage' virtual reality experience and a quiz trail. There are also 45 aquariums, which are all well-documented.


Peace Palace

Located in the heart of the Dutch city of The Hague, Peace Palace is a landmark of global significance. It houses the International Court of Justice, the Permanent Court of Arbitration and several other judicial institutions. It also houses the Library of International Law, the largest library in the field of international law.

The Peace Palace was constructed in 1907-1913 with funds from steel magnate Andrew Carnegie. He wanted the Peace Palace to serve as a symbol of peace. He contributed US$1.5 million to the construction of the building.

Prison Gate Museum

Located in The Hague, the Prison Gate Museum is one of the most iconic buildings in the city. The museum focuses on crime and punishment in the Netherlands from the 15th to 19th centuries, and tells the story of the notorious Prison Gate.

The museum is housed in the former prison of the Court of Holland. This isn't the first time that the Gate has been used as a jail. The medieval Gate served as the main entrance to the castle of the Counts of Holland. It grew in size over the years and was eventually expanded with Gaols.

Museum of Photography

Located in The Hague, Netherlands, the Museum of Photography in The Hague has an extensive collection of photographs from all over the world. There are also collections that illustrate the history of photography. The Hague Museum of Photography regularly organises exhibitions of modern and classic works.

The museum aims to be a place where people can come and enjoy photography. It is situated near the city's art and culture center. The building was originally constructed in the 1930s.

It is housed in a historic structure designed by architects Sjoerd Schamhart and J.F. Heijligers. The museum's exhibitions are held in six enclosed rooms.

Guided tours in The Hague

Located along the North Sea, The Hague is the largest Dutch city. It is also the judicial capital of the world. Since 1588, The Hague has served as the seat of government for the Netherlands. When the House of Orange rose to power, the city resumed its diplomatic status. Today, The Hague is home to a variety of international organizations.

The Hague is famous for its asymmetrical architecture. The inner court is dominated by Ridderzaal, a Gothic civic building with a triangular facade. It is flanked by cylindrical towers.

Aside from its asymmetrical architecture, The Hague is also known for its historical monuments. It has the oldest parliament in the world. It is home to current king Willem-Alexander and his wife Maxima. It is also a place for important international conferences.

There are a number of ways to explore the city of The Hague. A self-led smartphone audio tour is a great way to get an overview of the city. It includes unlimited use of the tour, GPS maps, and audio commentary.

Another great option is to book a private walking tour. These tours can be tailored to your interests and schedule. Your guide will be an expert in art, architecture, literature, and cuisine. The tour will include sightseeing in The Hague, but will also include a personal touch. You can ask questions during the tour, and the tour will be customized to meet your needs.

These tours will help you discover the most beautiful places in The Hague. You can find the best cafes and restaurants in the area, and visit some of the most popular sites. The tour will also highlight the historical and cultural landmarks in the city.

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