The Hague being a city with a history that goes back to 1230 and the region being populated since 3000 before Christ, definitely has plenty to offer in when it comes to historical findings. These and more you can find in the many museums in The Hague during your day trip.
A must see during your day out in The Hague is the Mauritshuis (House of Maurits). This museum is where you encounter Dutch masters like Rembrandt and Vermeer and the building itself has existed already since the 17th century and has recently gone through a [...] Continue reading about Mauritshuis.
Escher in het Paleis
Almost everyone, young and old, has at some point in their life seen a work by M.C. Escher. The impossibilities that his paintings represent are so often mind boggling that people can hardly stop talking about them. Never ending stairs, apparent movement and other compositions [...] Continue reading about Escher in het Paleis.
Gemeentemuseum The Hague
There's no shortage of big names in the Gemeentemuseum (Municipal Museum) in The Hague. How about Picasso and Monet? The many galleries throughout the museum are filled with everything ranging from photography to paintings, fashion and Delftware. But what the museum is most known for [...] Continue reading about Gemeentemuseum The Hague.
Historical Museum of The Hague
For those visitors curious about the history of The Hague, there's plenty to discover in the Historical Museum of The Hague with its broad collection, diverse exhibitions and plenty of activities. The collections consist, among others, thousands of pieces like city views throughout the centuries, [...] Continue reading about Historical Museum of The Hague.
The Museon in The Hague is where you'll discover anything ranging from nature to culture and technique. This museum that was founded in 1904 has the fixed collection Jouw wereld, mijn wereld (Your world, my world) with such an enormous diversity that you'll certain have [...] Continue reading about Museon.
The Mesdag Collection
While the Panorama Mesdag is already a sight in itself thanks to the size of the art piece, but that's not the only thing the sea painter Hendrik Willem Mesdag and his wife left behind. In the Mesdag Collection you discover, next to the works of [...] Continue reading about The Mesdag Collection.