Always wanted to know what the ballroom of King Willem-Alexander’s working palace looks like? Or would you like to take a closer look at the Golden Coach? This summer you can, because the palaces in The Hague will open their doors again.

Paleis Noordeinde and the adjacent Royal Stables will open their doors to the public again this summer. From 1 to 13 August, with the exception of Monday 7 August, Noordeinde Palace and the Royal Stables can be visited.

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At Noordeinde Palace includes the Grand Ballroom and the Balcony Room. The Golden Coach, the Glass Coach and the Royal Bus can be seen in the Royal Stables, among other things. Extra nice: all visitors to the palace receive a free multimedia tour with an introduction by the King himself and stories from employees of the Royal Household about their work in the palace.


An entrance ticket is required to see all the beauty. You pay for Noordeinde Palace 05 euro entrance, for the Royal Stables 7,50 euros. For 10 euros you can buy a combination ticket . Visitors up to 10 years old enter for free, but you need to reserve a ticket. Tickets are from Monday 10 June, 10. 00 o’clock online for sale on the website of the palace


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