City farms in The Hague

The city farm is a place in the city where you and your children can get up close and personal with a whole array of farm animals. People of all ages are welcome. The city farm is also a place where people in the neighbourhood can meet one another.

There are 10 city farms in The Hague. These special small-scale farms raise a variety of animals and welcome young visitors and their parents. Stop by and see goats, sheep, rabbits and other farm animals.

Where are the city farms?

The following city farms can be found in The Hague:

Look at the map for the locations of the city farms.

Hours of operation

All the city farms are open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9.00 to 17.00 hrs.

The city farms are closed on:

  • Monday
  • King's Day
  • 25 and 26 December
  • 1 January

The city farms are open on Easter Monday and Whit Monday. If a city farm is unexpectedly not open during its hours of operation, it will be announced through the Twitter account of the city farms.


The city farms offer seasonal activities throughout the year such as sheep shearing, willow craft work and Easter egg hunts. You can find the activities on the page Vrije tijd en recreatie (in Dutch).

It is possible to get permission from the manager of the city farm for children to help take care of the animals and do other chores around the farm. Small animals, such as rabbits and guinea pigs, can also come for a visit at a health care facility or an old age home.

School lessons

Lessons are available for children in primary school and special education are available. 

Bicycle repair kit

Does your bike have a flat tire or a loose pedal or is the saddle too low? No problem. There is a special bicycle repair kit available at all of the city farms. You can use the repair kit for free. Ask for it at the city farm and use only what you need.

Internship at a city farm in The Hague

The Hague's city farms are a recognised SBB training company. MBO and HBO students with a relevant course of study can do an internship at a city farm in The Hague. Interested? Send an email to stating your name, study and internship period.

Sustainability at city farms

All of The Hague's city farms generate electricity using solar panels. The Landzigt city farm even has a small wind turbine which allows it to use renewable energy. In addition to these visible sustainable practices, other sustainable adaptations are being carried out such as insulation and the use of rainwater to flush the toilets.


Stadsboerderij de Kakelhoeve

Visitors can also stop by the city farms in The Hague to turn in:

The city farms receive an annual sum of money for the electrical items and used frying oil. The city farms can use the proceeds to buy new equipment and games. This way you help the environment and the city farms.

More information

  • Follow The Hague's city farms on Twitter.
  • Follow The Hague's city farms on Facebook.

Published: 10 October 2016Modified: 14 March 2023