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Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery
Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery, also referred to as the Maurice House is a museum of art in the city and is a home to around 841 objects which belong to the Royal Cabinet of Paintings, mostly displaying the Dutch Golden Age Paintings. The museum was originally John Maurice of Nassau's residence. However, now the property belongs to the government of the country. The museum has been listed as one of the top heritage sites of Dutch. Some of its major features include the Rembrandt van Rijn, Paulus Potter, Hans Holbein the Younger, Johannes Vermeer, Jacob van Ruisdael, Jan Steen and many more.
Located in Wassenaar, it is an amusement park with its major character as the frog: Rick. The park also houses a campsite and a caravan park. There is also a shop in the park. You can also hire a kart or a bike. Accommodation facilities in the form of tents, caravans and lodges are available as well. The Tikibad, a swimming pool in the park is one of its major attractions. There are a number of waterslides as well. Some of its other features include Aqua Swing, Aqua Shoot, Dragonfly, Falcon, Carrousel, Botsbooties, Bumper frogs, Mad Mill, Monorail, Nautic Jets, Kabelbaan, Locomotion, Splash, Wild Wings, Water spin, Schip Ahoi, Speelt and many more. There are some roller coaster rides as well in the park.
Peace Palace is an administrative building in the city with the prevailing of international law. The palace houses the Permanent Court of Arbitration, the Peace Palace Library, the International Court of Justice and the Hague Academy of International Law. The Palace was inaugurated in 1983 in the month of August. It received the award of the European Heritage Label in April 2014. There are a number of statues, portraits and busts of some prominent people of the world who worked as peace campaigners namely Ruy Barbosa, Mahatma Gandhi, Bernard Loder, Andrew Carnegie, Nelson Mandela and many more.
Madurodam is one of the most important tourist attraction of the Hague city. A miniature park which was opened in the year 1952, houses the replicas of some most famous landmarks of the Dutch. Some important features of the park are Tulip Fields, the Wind Mills, The Traditional Dutch canal houses, the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the Rijksmuseum, the Port of Rotterdam and many more. The Storybook Land has been inspired by this park.
Madurodam is one of the most important tourist attraction of the Hague city. A miniature park which was opened in the year 1952, houses the replicas of some most famous landmarks of the Dutch. Some important features of the park are Tulip Fields, the Wind Mills, The Traditional Dutch canal houses, the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the Rijksmuseum, the Port of Rotterdam and many more. The Storybook Land has been inspired by this park. Louwman Museum is located in Leidsestraatweg. The museum is a display of coaches, motorcycles and historic cars. The museum has almost 250 automobiles which are all oriented internationally. The cars are from the year 1910 and some of them are even older. 15 classic cars are also housed in the museum. Some of its major features include the Aston Martin DB5 which was the car of James Bond in the movie named Goldfinger, Elvis Presley's Cadillac and the car of Winston Churchill. The paintings by Frederick Gordon Crosby are also housed in the museum collection.
Escher in the Palace
Escher in the Palace also known as Escher in Het Paleis is a museum in the city. It features the work of M.C. Escher, who is a Dutch graphical artist. The museum has a ballroom which has a star chandelier which is reflected endlessly in the two mirrors. There are almost 15 chandeliers in the rooms of the museum. The parquet floor of the museum was designed by Donald Judd who is a minimal artist of the United States of America.
Often misunderstood as a court, the Hague city is a 'government city' in the Netherlands. Popularly known as the 'International City of Peace and Justice.' is a seat of Dutch government and a home to the royal family. besides, being a government city has many historic districts, monuments, and is located near the beautiful North Sea coastline which makes it a perfect tourist destination. Along with The remarkable political history, the city also has many historical buildings, parks palaces and squares, which attracts millions of tourists. The Royal City by the Sea has a lot to satisfy your craving for some tasty food the fresh Scheveningen fish, spicy notes from the former colonies and, Asian influences belonging to the China Town. the climate of the city is perfect throughout the year to explore the royalty of the city.
How to Get Tickets?
You can book your tickets online from this website and also pay on the same platform as well. The method of payment and booking is safe and secure.
How To Get Around?
Most of the people in the city travel to their destinations via trains as they are reachable as well as cheap. Light Rail in the city is also an option. You can always take trams and buses.
What Should I Wear?
A nice pair of pants with some skinny top wear will make you blend in the city. You can wear boots with the same. The city is full of people who drool over a pair of skinny jeans. You can also carry a pair with you. Boys can also go for a pair of jeans and some t-shirts.
Best Time to Visit
Winters are the best time to visit the city. January might probably be the best time. You might want to carry some layers as well.
Will I Need a Guide?
The website will guide you about everything. A guide is not needed.
How To Get There?
You can take a train from Amsterdam to the Hague. Almost 100 trains are available for the route. You can also take a train from DenHaang Central which will take you to the Amsterdam Centraal train station.
Keep your cash safe and properly. You might not want to lose it. Take all your travel documents with you.