Palace Huis ten Bosch, The Hague

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  • Paleis Huis ten Bosch can not be visited and is recently under renovation. It is however to view the palace from the bike-path at Haagse Bos  more »
  • The palace is not open for public and you can't see very much from the main gate in the Haagse Bos. On really rare occasions the palace had been open to the public, but these events were sold out real...  more »
  • We had the amazing opportunity to visit the residence of many a Dutch royalty, like queen Beatrix and later in 2017 the King Willem Alexander. Although we only got to visit the Orange room, it was a w...  more »
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  • Occasionally the painting gallery is open by appointment. Guests can register on line for a tour. The staff is very friendly and very knowledgeable. The tours are primarily given in Dutch. The painting gallery is gorgeous and records the great moments in the Dutch kingdom.
  • Visited the Oranjezaal, which was temporarily opened to the public. It was great to see all the wall paintings in the dome-ceiling room. Unfortunately we were not allowed to see the rest of the palace and also taking pictures was forbidden.
  • Cute palace, inaccessible to public, beware of paramilitary police guarding this residence of the king.
  • Monument Office/house of our King
  • Should be open at the weekend when more visitors are likely to be in the city.