Japanese Garden, The Hague

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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4.4/5 based on 360+ reviews on the web
Visit an oasis of tranquility at the Hague Clingendael Park's Japanese Garden. The garden was established by Baroness Marguerite Mary van Brienen, known as Lady Daisy, who made several trips to Japan in the early 20th century and brought back authentic works of art, as well as garden bridges and the pavilion. In addition to exploring the rich collection of plants, you can admire a variety of lanterns, statues, and a Shinto shrine. The garden is usually open seasonally--but the schedule may vary due to weather conditions. Admission is free. Take a look at our The Hague vacation generator to schedule your visit to Japanese Garden and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • The Japanese garden is just small but very nice to visit. Is only 1 month per year open so you have to come at the right time.
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  • In the spring the Japanese garden is open 6 weeks and 1 week in the fall. Saturday we have the autumn garden in all its colors and splendor admired, gorgeous!
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  • Today 8 October was fine sunny day with temperature. This contributed to nicely Sun-shadow play in the garden. Fantastic. Very busy.
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