The city of The Hague offers a abundance of worldclass art. Get inspired by the museums and admire the exhibits in the many galleries.
The Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis, located at a unique 17th-century palace in The Hague, has the highest number of masterpieces per square meter in the Netherlands. The museum houses a world-famous collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age. This exceptional collection offers an amazing overview of Dutch and Flemish paintings from 1400 to 1800.
Girl with the Pearl Earring
World-famous collection of paintings
Heritage from the Dutch Golden Age Painters
Vermeer, Rembrandt, Rubens
800 paintings, 50 miniatures and 20 sculptures
Miniature theme park Madurodam is situated in The Hague, less than one hour from Amsterdam and nearby the tulip field region. The interactive miniature park is the ultimate place to discover what makes Holland so unique. Madurodam presents you all the relevant Dutch stories behind the miniature buildings through multimedia and numerous interactive installations.
Highlights and heritage
Special walking tour Golden Age
Court of the Netherlands
The view of the painting is never the same; the light is more than magnificent and changes from moment to moment. The vista of the sea, dunes and old fishermen's village Scheveningen was painted by H.W. Mesdag. Panorama Mesdag is a unique cultural historical monument.
Maritime panorama canvas
Product of the Hague School
Kunstmuseum Den Haag
Kunstmuseum Den Haag has a collection of over 160,000 artworks. Collections: fine art, applied arts and fashion.