Galerij Prins Willem V
Museum de Gevangenpoort
Across the Hofvijver from the Binnenhof, the Gevangenpoort is a surviving remnant of the 13th-century city fortifications. It has hourly...
Runs tours of the Binnenhof buildings in Dutch (audioguides including English are available).
The Binnenhof's central courtyard (once used for executions) is surrounded by parliamentary buildings. The splendid 17th-century North...
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...
Brasserie ’t Ogenblik
Staff zip about this hopping cafe at the nexus of several pedestrianised shopping streets, which has summertime tables along Hoogstraat...
Buitenhof 35 · interesting places nearby
Galerij Prins Willem V information
Part of the Mauritshuis, this gallery was the first public museum in the Netherlands when it opened in 1773. Newly restored, it contains 150 old masters (Steen, Rubens, Potter, et al)