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Westbroek Park – Explore Westbroek Park’s Famous Rose Gardens

The Westbroek Park encompasses 18 hectares and is located between Scheveningen and Madurodam in The Hague. The site of the park was once a small village known as Wittebrug. The park is a favorite among families with plenty of opportunities ...

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De Uithof – Fun, Games, Skiing and Go-Karts in The Hague

De Uithof is a sports and events center in The Hague. The center was established in 1973 when it officially opened its 400-meter track and a hockey hall. Shortly after, the center began hosting skating tournaments, and in 1979, De ...

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Attractiepark Duinrell – A Splashing Fun Time

Attractiepark Duinrell is an amusement park located in the Wassenaar suburb of The Hague. The park prides itself on being fun for the whole family and offers a range of exciting attractions, including roller coasters and water rides. Attractions The ...

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Madurodam – A Miniature Park Worth Visiting

Madurodam is a miniature park and a major tourist attraction in The Hague, Netherlands. The park is located in the Scheveningen district of the city and features miniature 1:25 scale model replicas of the most famous Dutch castles, industrial projects ...

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Muzee Scheveningen

Muzee Scheveningen is a cultural and natural history museum in Scheveningen that gives a view on the history, culture and daily life of the city. Especially in relation to the sea and fishing. Muzee Scheveningen was founded in 2006 after ...

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Museum of Communication

The Museum of Communication is an interactive museum in The Hague that allows you to the discover how people communicated throughout history and in the present time. Address: Zeestraat 82 2518 AD Den Haag Opening times: Tuesday till Friday: 10am ...

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Museum Meermanno

Museum Meermanno in The Hague is the oldest book museum in the world and is also called ‘House of the book’. It is located in the former house of the founder of the museum Willen Hendrik Jacob (1783 – 1848) ...

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Museum Bredius

Museum Bredius is museum in The Hague that displays a private collection of the famous art historian Dr. Abraham Bredius (1855 – 1946) in an 18th century mansion.  Besides paintings by Rembrandt, Jan Steen, Aert van der Neer, Adriaen van ...

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Museon

Museon is a popular science museum in The Hague with collections in the fields of geology, biology, history, archeology, physics, engineering and ethnology. The permanent exhibition ‘Your World, My World’ tells the story of the Big Bang to the man ...

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Mauritshuis Museum

The Mauritshuis is an art museum in The Hague that houses the Royal Cabinet of Paintings with mostly paintings from the Golden Age. Besides this there are also some top pieces from the 18th century. The building itself is also ...

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