Museum de Gevangenpoort
Across the Hofvijver from the Binnenhof, the Gevangenpoort is a surviving remnant of the 13th-century city fortifications. It has hourly...
Galerij Prins Willem V
Part of the Mauritshuis, this gallery was the first public museum in the Netherlands when it opened in 1773. Newly restored, it contains...
The Grote Kerk, dating from 1450, has a fine pulpit that was constructed 100 years later. If you're here outside its limited visitor...
Café De Oude Mol
Pass through the ivy-covered door of Café de Oude Mol and you'll find Den Haag without the pretence: an intimate, earthy pub that sums...
Coffee @ Company
One of the slicker of several funky coffee joints off Molenstraat. Free wi-fi.
Paleis Noordeinde information
The king's and queen's official quarters at Paleis Noordeinde is not open to the public. The Renaissance formality of the structure is fittingly regal.