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The Hague: Madurodam Miniature Park Entry Ticket

1. The Hague: Madurodam Miniature Park Entry Ticket

Discover the highlights and heritage of Holland at Madurodam, world famous for its model village, the Netherlands in miniature. The park consists of 338 miniatures as well as flowers in bloom from April until October. Enjoy interactive activities and two playgrounds. Visit Little Amsterdam, have a look at the Parliament Building in The Hague, or see what a real Dutch cheese market looks like. Everything is built to a scale of 1:25 including miniature trains, boats, and cars that move around. Visit the indoor attractions to find out more about Holland’s rich history. Hear about the Dutch’s ability to transform water into land. Experience the waters threatening the Netherlands in the Waterwolf and help the steam engine keep Holland dry.

The Hague: Mauritshuis Entrance Ticket

2. The Hague: Mauritshuis Entrance Ticket

Indulge the art-lover in you at the Mauritshuis, home to the best of Dutch paintings from the Golden Age. Explore one of the most iconic buildings in the Hague, located next to the Parliament. Look out of its windows for a view of the pond.  Discover the art museum's compact, yet world-renowned collection. See more than 200 masterpieces such as Vermeer's "Girl with a Pearl Earring", "The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp" by Rembrandt, "The Goldfinch" by Fabritius, and "The Bull" by Potter on permanent display. Appreciate the collection's rich variety, with genre paintings by Jan Steen, landscapes by Jacob van Ruisdael, still lifes by Adriaen Coorte, and portraits by Rubens. Admire the 17th-century monument's historic yet intimate interior, with its silken wall coverings, sparkling chandeliers, and monumental painted ceilings. Stay as long as you wish and visit the museum at your own pace. Allow around 1.5 hours, which is the average visit duration. Visit the restaurant and coffee shop, purchase some souvenirs, or visit the temporary exhibition. From July 9 to August 28, explore Hello Vermeer!, an interactive exhibition for all the family. The exhibition will take you to the world of seventeenth-century Delft, where you can discover everything you ever wanted to know about world-famous painter Johannes Vermeer. Dressing up, puzzles, films – there’s a host of things to do. See Vermeer’s masterpieces for real, and make your own version of one of his paintings at the Art Workshop, which will be offering sessions for kids aged 3 to 12 throughout the summer holiday.

Scheveningen, The Hague: Sea Life Entry Ticket

3. Scheveningen, The Hague: Sea Life Entry Ticket

Take a fascinating journey from Dutch rivers to the ocean depth through 15 themed zones. Come nose-to-nose with incredible seahorses, rays, sharks, and hundreds of tropical fish. Meet the playful otter Max and the penguins. Come watch one of the animal feeding sessions.

The Hague: Classic Cars Louwman Museum Entry

4. The Hague: Classic Cars Louwman Museum Entry

The Louwman Museum is home to the world’s oldest private collection of motor cars, compiled by two generations of the Louwman family. The museum dates back to 1934 and now comprises over two hundred and fifty antique and classic motor cars. Experts regard the collection as one of the most beautiful in the world. The museum exudes passion. Each car has its own story to tell, its own contribution to history. The motor car is a mirror of culture. The collection is housed in a purpose-built museum in The Hague, the city where P.W. Louwman established his Dodge and Chrysler import company. The building, designed by American architect Michael Graves, blends in sympathetically with its historic surroundings. The landscape gardens, designed by Lodewijk Baljon, complement the architecture of the building.

The Hague: Oranjehotel World War II Prison Entrance Ticket

5. The Hague: Oranjehotel World War II Prison Entrance Ticket

Discover the history of the Netherlands' Nazi occupation at the Oranjehotel. For over 250 prisoners, this was their final destination: they were sentenced to death and executed by firing squad. With the help of your audioguide, listen to the impressive stories of the prisoners, illustrated by documents and photographs, and told in interviews and audio fragments. Hear moving stories of injustice, hunger, and insecurity, but also stories of hope, solidarity, and faith in freedom. During your visit, learn about the history of the building and the rise of the resistance. Discover what life was really like for prisoners and learn more about the disruption causeed to their families and the consequences this had after the war.

Scheveningen: LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Entry Ticket

6. Scheveningen: LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Entry Ticket

Enjoy a fun-filled visit to the LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre in Scheveningen. Discover the 7 different zones of the park and take a ride through LEGO® city in the Fantasy Express. Reach for the stars in the 4D Cinema, build with the girls from LEGO Friends, and explore the LEGO® NINJAGO® Training Zone and train to become a real ninja! Explore the DUPLO® Park and Pirate Island and in between stop for a drink and a snack in the Café. At the end of your visit, stroll through the LEGO Shop with exclusive LEGO sets and items. Summer event: Pirateweeks from July 9 - September 4th 2022

The Hague: Old City Private Walking Tour

7. The Hague: Old City Private Walking Tour

Experience the regal manners of the Dutch capital on a private 2-hour walking tour of The Hague, and see royal palaces and handsome administrative buildings with long and interesting histories. From the old hunting residence of the Counts of Holland, built by Count Floris IV in 1230, The Hague has developed over the centuries from a wealthy village (called the most beautiful and richest in Europe by the 16th-century Italian travel writer Lodovico Guicciardini) to a place of grandeur and the seat of the Dutch government and parliament. As you explore the sights, including the historic Binnenhof complex of buildings built in the 13th century, learn the hidden history of the city. Hear how Emperor Charles V gave the command to plant 4 rows of lime trees in the Voorhout, and learn about the dramatic decapitation of Van Oldenbarnevelt, as well as the assassination of the De Witt brothers. Along the route you will pass a series of former and current royal palaces, including the Noordeinde Palace, the “working palace” for the present King Willem-Alexander.

The Hague: Kunstmuseum Entry Ticket

8. The Hague: Kunstmuseum Entry Ticket

Visit The Hague’s must-see art museum with your entry ticket to the Kunstmuseum. Enjoy its leading collection of modern and contemporary art, fashion, and decorative arts.  Peruse up to 160,000 works of art, making the Kunstmuseum is one of Europe’s biggest art museums. Enjoy works by the likes of Monet, Picasso, Kandinsky, Sol Lewitt, Francis Bacon, and Louise Bourgeois. Learn how it is also the international home of Piet Mondrian’s work, with no fewer than 300 works by the famous Dutch artist in its collection. This is the only museum where Mondrian’s life and progress towards abstract art unfold before your eyes. And as a cherry on the cake, appreciate the architecture the artwork is housed in — an art-deco building by H.P. Berlage. See how daylight floods the intimate side galleries, hallways, and entrance hall for maximum enjoyment by its visitors.

The Hague: Mall of The Netherlands Youseum Entrance Ticket

9. The Hague: Mall of The Netherlands Youseum Entrance Ticket

Explore Youseum - a social media experience filled with colorful rooms, all designed to make you part of the artwork. At Youseum you will be taken on a tour to discover over 15 interactive and fun rooms that invite you to have fun and be creative, while you reflect on the world around you. It will be unlike anything you have ever seen. Reflect on yourself in the largest infinity room of the Netherlands, get lost in the maze, cuddle gigantic teddy bears or take a swing on the wrecking ball. Fun guaranteed for all ages. Youseum is an inclusive place where fun and creativity inspire you to be you. Bring your phone, strike a pose and snap a snazzy shot in every room, or make use of our camera system to take digital photos. With endless photo opportunities, Youseum is the best spot to take memorable photos.

The Hague: Resistance of the Hague City Exploration Game

10. The Hague: Resistance of the Hague City Exploration Game

Resistance of The Hague is the most adventurous city game in The Hague. Your smartphone guides you to different locations where you solve riddles answer questions and unlock hidden augmented- and virtual reality elements. You follow resistance fighters who were active in The Hague during the Second World War. Join them and help resistance fighters with their mission to free The Hague. The game starts at Hotel Des Indes and ends at Malieveld. You can easily take the tram or bus from The Hague Central Station to the starting location. Take breaks in between challenges to have some drinks or food. The mix of freedom and adventure makes this city game the perfect outing during your city trip!

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4.7 / 5

based on 158 reviews

We were a few days in the Hague/beach and this came across on our social channels so we went and damn was this a succes! Incredibly well thought through experience for all ages and good combination with some shopping in the Mall of the Netherlands! Spent a solid 1.5h here but still would have stayed longer if we would not have to run to the next one;). Great employees as well and loved the digital photos, we are still having so much fun looking at them! Can't wait to visit the Amsterdam location too.

Too busy, not enough for the money. Especially since an adult has to pay a lot of entry just to accompany their child. Use the money to buy some Lego for your child at home in the shop, you'll have more of it.

Our guide was very friendly and well informed, and provided a good all round sense of the city and its history. Though English was her third language - she spoke naturally and well.

It’s a really fun park ! This was a nice experience and a fun way to discover the Netherlands !

Very nice park and significantly cheaper with getyourguide for the same service.