From Dutch Design to top cabaret, from Rembrandt to Vermeer, from living history to countless theatre performances, from Dutch masters to contemporary art and, of course, M.C. Escher. You can see it all in the Museum Quarter of The Hague. Within one day even!
Together, the cultural spots around Hofvijver, Binnenhof and Lange Voorhout offer a refreshing programme, often with a colourful counterpoint. Several times a year, we jointly organise extra events or special outdoor activities. There are also dozens of festivals, markets and exhibitions to visit. Keep an eye on the Museum Quarter Agenda and social media to make sure you don’t miss anything.
AR Route in the Museum Quarter
Take a unique walk through the Museum Quarter in The Hague with an Augmented Reality route (AR route). Experience this special part of the city with no fewer than twelve cultural hotspots in an interactive way. From now and then. More information.
Accessibility Museum Quarter
The Hague Museum Quarter is close to The Hague Central Station. Many tram and bus services stop there in addition to train and metro. A few minutes’ walk from the station you will find the first front door to culture. All museums and theatres are nearby, usually less than a hundred metres apart. Still prefer to come by car? The Museum Quarter has its own car park. Th entrance to Interparking Museum Quarter is situated at Toernooiveld near the Royal Theatre.