Fun

Travel throughout the Netherlands in just one day in Madurodam, dive into the beautiful underwater world of Sea Life, find the impossible become possible at Escher in The Palace, shop till you drop, walk along the beach…. Below a few highlights of fun things to do in The Hague.

 

Madurodam

Do you have limited time to see all of Holland during your stay? Don’t want to miss anything? In Madurodam you get an excellent overall impression and a unique Holland experience within two hours time! Discover Holland’s highlights and heritage in the miniature theme park Madurodam situated in The Hague, at walking distance (ca. 17 min.) from the World Forum. The interactive miniature park is the ultimate place to discover what makes Holland so unique within a short period of time. Madurodam presents you all the relevant Dutch stories behind the miniature buildings through multimedia and numerous interactive installations. Canal houses, tulip fields, cheese market, a wooden shoes factory, windmills, the Peace Palace, the Delta Works: you will find them all in Madurodam!

 

Omniversum

omniversum_003An IMAX Dome theatre truly puts you in the centre of the action. The images are projected through a fish-eye lens onto the giant overhead dome screen from a position near the centre of the theatre seating area. The curved steeply raked seating deck places the audience up in the dome completely involving them in the images projected on the screen. Seated in a comfortable chair the visitor participates in exciting adventures in space and time.

 

Sea Life

Sea LifeDiscover the fascinating and beautiful marine world in Sea Life Scheveningen. The world of shrimps, starfish and crabs, stingrays and sharks and you will meet the dangerous piranha’s. Experience the thrill of a deep sea dive when you walk through the underwatertunnel surrounded by 180.000 liters of tropical sea water while sharks, a turtle and other seacreatures pass just centimetres from your head! Make sure to watch the otters and penguins as well! There are daily feeding sessions and for kids there is a nice quiztrail.

 

Escher in Het Paleis

EscherEveryone knows that water cannot run upstream or that a fish cannot turn into a bird. But at Escher in Het Paleis everything is different, because water does run upstream and fishes do turn into birds.
In the Eye of Escher” is a special experience; an optical illusion depicts something which is in fact impossible. M.C. Escher was a master in this field. In Escher’s Room the parent can become  smaller than the child. The art of Escher instills a sense of bewilderment and wonder, and fascinates young and old alike with his magical world.

 

Beach

BeachThe Hague has 11 kilometres of beach in its back yard, which is certainly worth a visit. Enjoy a long beach walk, a day of paddling, strolling along the boulevard or building giant sandcastles beside the waves. The beach is also perfect for a variety of beach sports, from kiting to surfing and from competitions in The Hague Beach Stadium to eating pancakes on the boulevard at Kijkduin. Beach life and city life go together in The Hague!

 

Shopping

ShoppingThe Hague is the ideal city for shopping in style. Typical ‘Hague chic’ can found in and around the Hofkwartier and Denneweg. For hip and happening stores the place to be is the Prinsestraat and the Oude Molstraat. Alongside the stores in Chinatown, downtown also boasts great flagship stores like Zara, the Bijenkorf and Marks & Spencer.

 

This is The Hague: Tourist Information Available!

The Tourist Office of the city of The Hague will be present at the ECCB 2016. A friendly hostess will give you all the information you need. Of course the hostess can inform you in detail about all the beautiful attractions, the interesting museums and the international shopping possibilities in The Hague. She can also make restaurant reservations, call a taxi, answer questions about public transport and arrange public transport tickets. In short, you are in good hands with our hostess.

More information you will find on http://denhaag.com/en.