Museum de Gevangenpoort
Galerij Prins Willem V
Part of the Gevangenpoort complex, this gallery was the first public museum in the Netherlands when it opened in 1773. Paintings...
The Binnenhof is surrounded by parliamentary buildings that have long been at the heart of Dutch politics, though parliament now meets...
For a painless introduction to Dutch and Flemish Art 101, visit the Mauritshuis, a small museum in a jewel-box of an old palace....
Café De Oude Mol
Some of the oude (old) National Geographics piled in the window actually predate the crusty yet genial characters arrayed around the...
Brasserie ’t Ogenblik
Servers zip about at this ever-popular cafe at the confluence of several pedestrianised shopping streets (in summer, tables are set up...
Museum de Gevangenpoort information
Lonely Planet review
Across the Hofvijver from the Binnenhof, the Gevangenpoort is a surviving remnant of the 13th-century city fortifications. It has hourly tours showing how justice was dispensed back in the day and new displays bathe the torture tools in radiant light.