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Private Full-Day Tour to The Hague and Delft from Amsterdam
"Meet your professional guide at 10am in your hotel in Amsterdam. Start your tour with the visit of The Hague. The Hague is Holland's third largest city and the seat of the national government. The Hague is known as the international city of peace and jus you will see:- Hofvijver- Mauritshuis: world renowned museum with major works from the Dutch Masters. The collection includes Girl with a Pearl Earring by Vermeer The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp and a Self-portrait by Rembrandt The Goldfinch by Fabritius and many more- Binnenhof (Houses of Parliament)- Ridderzaal- Prison Gate- Noordeinde Palace (current 'working palace' of the king)- Lange Voorhout Palace (former 'working palace' of the queens).You w Delft Blue pottery painter Johannes Vermeer and its association with the royal House of Orange-Nassau. You will take a 1mile (1.6 km) walk through the heart of the city. Historical buildings and other sights of interest include Oude Kerk (Old Church) Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) which contains the Dutch royal family's burial vault and the William of Orange's mausoleum
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Skip the Line: The Hague and Holland Pass
"Pick up your pass from The Hague Central Station Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or various Travelex branches throughout the Netherlands. Then choose from more than 60 museums and attractions in The Hague Delft and neighboring cities such as Amsterdam and Rotterdam for free skip-the-line entry (see the Itinerary for a full list).Valid for one month your pass gives you your choice of two four or six entrance tickets divided into gold
From EUR40.00
 
Admission for Escher in Het Paleis in The Hague
"The art of Escher instills a sense of bewilderment and wonder and fascinates young and old alike with his magical world. The exhibition includes famous ‘impossible’ prints such as “Day and Night” where the Dutch landscape appears to morph into a flock of birds and “Climbing and Descending” which depicts rows of people perpetually ascending and descending a flight of stairs. His fantastical structures which couldn't possibly exist in the real world are optical illusions that play with perspective.As well as showcasing his famous prints The Palace also houses a collection of Escher’s early works
From EUR10.00

More Things to Do in The Hague

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The Hague Tower

From a tourist perspective, it is clear that architecturally this is nothing special. However, by getting the elevator up to the 41st floor, you do get some good views of the city.There is also a...
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GEM - Museum of Contemporary Art

I discovered that the contemporary art museum and the fotomuseum shared a building. The art museum certainly was showing some strange exhibits, but well worth a visit.It was laid out over a number of...
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Fotomuseum

Located next to the Gemeente Museum, this was a much less busy and well patronised venue. It is also in the same building as the Museum of Contemporary Art.There was a more recent photographic...
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Museum Beelden aan Zee

I had made my way to Scheveningen, and came across the museum. it was much larger than I had believed. I was also able to enjoy a new exhibition which in fact was open to the public but not being...
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Galerij Prins Willem V

I had bought a combined ticket with entry to Mauritshuis. The gallery has a joint entry with a the prison museum. You are unable to photographs at all in the gallery.Please note that they have a very...
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Pulchri Studio

I came across this studio by accident, it has a good shop and is home to the Society of Artists. Everything on display can be purchased, as it is not a museum but a commercial gallery and exhibition...
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Haags Historisch Museum

After my visit to the Mauritshuis, I looked at my map and planned a route of cultural stops, this was my next museum. It was enjoyable and they had two temporary exhibitions running - there was one...
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National Archives

a place I'd like to visit. Well organised, with chat function on the web. I'd like to look at the collection Leupe, code VEL, in which there are six town plans of Pondicherry from the end of the...
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Bowling Scheveningen

If you want to have a lunch/dinner, have party (including kids parties), drink beer (they offer several beers on tap) with friends or just bowl - the Bowling Scheveningen with its 24 bowling lanes is...
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Noordeinde Palace and Gardens

The Noordeinde Palace is one of three palaces used by the royal family and currently is the preferred palace of King Willem-Alexander. Originally a farmhouse dating from the 15th C, it has been...
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Chandeliers of the Escher Museum

An unexpected highlight of the Escher Museum is the 15 chandeliers created by the ceramic and glass artist Hans Van Bentem from Rotterdam and placed in 2003. The inspiration came from the figures used...
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Escher Museum

The museum devoted to the works of MC Escher, the renowned graphic artist, has been housed in the Lange Voorhout Palace since 2002 filled with his woodcuts, lithographs and mezzotints. Inspired by...
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Lange Voorhout Palace

At the head of the Lange Voorhout stands the eponymous palace, now home to the MC Escher Museum, built in the 1700's. Owned by a banker, the first royalty to occupy was Emperor Napoleon in 1811. Queen...
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Lange Voorhout

One of the most beautiful and peaceful promenades perhaps in all of Europe is the tree-lined promenade just one block from the Hofvijver, with an illustrious history dating back to a Dominican...
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Top Hotels in The Hague

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Lange Voorhout 54 - 56, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2514 EG, The Netherlands
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Molenstraat 26, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2513, The Netherlands
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Hofweg 5-7, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2511 AA, The Netherlands
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Sophialaan 2, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2514 JP, The Netherlands
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Spui 180, The Hague, 2511 BW, The Netherlands
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Johan De Wittlaan 30, The Hague, Zuid-Holland, 2517 JR, The Netherlands
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"The Hague, where the King resides"
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"The Hague - The Political Center"
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