The recommendation of Hague country trip

Publish Time:2019-10-08 18:07:32Source:The Hague Marketing Bureau

【Introduction】:If you have a nice sunny weekend in the rainy Netherlands, you can t miss this wonderful time for an outing! Today we are going to put together a list of places to visit for the weekend in the Hague.

If you have a nice sunny weekend in the rainy Netherlands, you can't miss this wonderful time for an outing! Today we are going to put together a list of places to visit for the weekend in the Hague.

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The Panorama Mesdag

The Panorama Mesdag is a panorama museum, the whole panorama is more than 14 meters high and 120 meters long. The sea vistas, the dunes and the village of Schifanningen were painted by Hendrik Wilhelm Mesdag, a famous painter in Hague. The painting is the oldest panoramic scene painting of the 19th century and a unique cultural heritage.

Open time

Monday to Saturday: 10:00-17:00 (last enter 16:45)

Sundays and public holidays: 11:00-17:00 (last enter 16:45)

* holiday periods follow specific opening hours

Ticket prices

Children aged 0-4: free

Children aged 4-11: €5.5

Students or 12 - to 18-year-olds: €9

Adults: €10.5

Belden, Mestaag pass: €18.5

Museum card, ICOM, Rotterdam pass: free

* pass tickets can only be purchased offline

address

Zeestraat 65, 2518 AA, The Hague

Services provided

Audio guide: for audio guide, you can rent self-service Chinese audio guide, 1 euro.

To provide wheelchair service for the disabled, advance booking is required.

Beelden aan Zee

Founded in 1994 by Theo Scholten and Lida Scholten-Miltenburg, a collector couple, the belden sculpture museum is the only museum in the Netherlands dedicated to modern and contemporary sculpture at home and abroad.

You can see many contemporary sculptures in the belden sculpture museum. The exhibition room faces the sea and has a unique view. Famous contemporary works included in the collection include Iris Le Rutte, Tony Cragg, Per Kirkeby, Giacomo Manzu, Berlinde De Bruyckere, Igor Mitoraj and others.

Open time

Monday: closed

Ticket prices

Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00-17:00

* holiday periods follow specific opening hours

Ticket prices

Children under 13: free

Children aged 13 to 18: €8

Group students (15 or more) : €5

Group adults (15 or more) : €14

Adult: €16

Belden, mestaag pass: €18.5

Belden, escher museum pass: €19

Museum card, ICOM, Vereniging Rembrandt card: free

* group tickets must be booked in advance

* the museum accepts credit CARDS only

address

Harteveltstraat 1, 2586 EL, The Hague

Services provided

Children's birthday services (ages 7 to 12) : children's birthday events can be booked at the museum. The 90-minute event also offers a statue-making course, and children can make their own plaster sculptures. Specific booking information:

educatie@beeldenaanzee.nl

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Gemeentemuseum

The Hague city museum houses the world's largest collection of works by Piet Cornelies Mondrian, most notably his last abstract work Victory Boogie Woogie. The museum has nearly 300 mondrian works, and the collection is unique.

The city museum in the Hague has many works by artists including monet, Picasso, Schiller, kandinsky and many others. In addition, the most important collection is delft blue porcelain. Delft blue porcelain is a landmark product of the golden age of the Netherlands in the 17th century. However, it is rarely exhibited in the Dutch museum.

Open time

Monday: closed

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