Visit The Hague, international city
- 17 May 2011
- 14 May 2014
Museums and walks through The Hague, a city with a strong international past, present and future.
The Humanity House
In the Humanity House you can hear the stories of refugees and victims of disasters from all over the world. You can also find out what it is like to be a victim yourself. The Humanity House is more than just a museum. It is also an independent platform for exhibitions, lectures, debates, films and educational activities.
For more information, please go the website of the Humanity House.
The Peace Palace
If you would like to find out what the Peace Palace looks like from the inside, you can join one of the guided tours, which are given in English, French, German or Dutch, and last about 50 minutes.
For more information, please go to the website of the Peace Palace.
The Peace Palace is home to a number of organisations, one of which is the International Court of Justice. The Court sessions are public and take place in the Great Hall of Justice.
For more information, please go the website of the International Court of Justice.
Peace and Justice ‘The Hague Tramwalk’
This route combines walking and travelling by tram. You can stop off on the way and take a walk past the sights with connections to the theme of peace and justice. Every part of the route can be reached on Tram 1.
The booklet shows the entire route and contains descriptions of the locations and buildings that you pass. It can be downloaded in Dutch and English.
The Constitution Walk
The Dutch constitution (‘Grondwet’) has played an important part in the history of many places in The Hague. During the walk, you will learn about such matters as the role of the Prison Gate (‘Gevangenpoort’), the background to the Binnenhof and the location of the Grondwetbank.
The Constitution Walk was devised by the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations. The walk is a 1-hour foray into the past, during which everyone gets the opportunity to revisit the history of the Dutch Constitution on the streets of The Hague.
Kids Tour The Hague
City Mondial has devised a sort of scavenger hunt for children and their parents and teachers to discover the City of Peace and Justice and other special areas of The Hague. Visit the page about the Kids Tour The Hague and download the English-language booklet. You can also pick up a copy of the tour from City Mondial.