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Delft Pottery Factory Private Tour and Painting Workshop

At your chosen tour time, head to Rijswijk (Delft Noord), a quick 5-minute train ride from The Hague, and walk to Delftse Pauw, one the few factories in the Netherlands that still carry on the tradition of hand-painted Delft pottery, or Delftware. Take a guided tour to learn about the history of this classic blue-and-white pottery and see the production process firsthand. Next, take a break for complimentary coffee or tea and a traditional Dutch biscuit before starting your private pottery painting session. A professional artist will guide you through the process of painting a classic Delft Blue tile. Let your artistic side shine as you paint intricate blue designs on a white tile. When your masterpiece is done, the tile will be fired in a kiln, and about a week later will be shipped home to you as a unique souvenir of your experience. Admire a wide range of Delft pottery pieces in the showroom. Make use of a discount on any additional items you may like to purchase. If you prefer to have your shopping shipped to your home address, this can be arranged, although the service is at your own expense.Your tour concludes inside the factory.

$16.95 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Madurodam Miniature Park Admission Ticket

Visit: MadurodamMake your own way to The Hague, an hour south of Amsterdam, to spend a day at Madurodam. This open-air park is home to a range of perfect 1:25 scale models of Holland’s famous attractions, landmarks, castles, windmills, canals, tulip fields and more.View amazing miniature models of the stately Peace Palace, Rijksmuseum, Binnenhof complex, Delta Works, Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport and the historical Port of Rotterdam.Holland’s story comes to life with multimedia visuals and interactive exhibits: operate the Oosterschelde storm surge barrier, load containers on a cargo ship at the Rotterdam port, take off with a plane from the airport or make a bid at the flower auction.Visiting the whole park takes roughly two hours, depending on your pace. Your ticket is valid for one visit.

$58.45 Food, Wine & Nightlife

The Hague Small-Group 4-Hour Culinary Walking Tour

This unique way of exploring The Hague starts when you meet your guide at 1pm (noon if it's a weekend day) under the big tree at Paleis Noordeinde for a walking–and eating–tour of the political capital of the Netherlands. Each of the locations you visit been chosen with care, so that everything you taste is of great quality and is unique in its own way. Visit local venues–often small businesses– to be introduced to the faces and stories behind those places. Step into a charming bakery for a nibble and head to a darkly cozy pub for a pint. In between snack stops, walk by (and hear about) The Hague's most important landmarks like the Noordeinde Palace and Binnenhof. See a few hidden gems along the way. By keeping the group size to a maximum of 10 people, you'll get a taste of what true gezelligheid ("coziness" or "camaraderie") feels like.The tour concludes after 4 hours back at the original departure point. Dietary preferences and restrictions can be accommodated, please make note of them in the Special Requirements field when booking.

$55.53 Walking & Biking Tours

Private Walking Tour: Delft's Royal History and Pottery

Your walking tour starts at Delft Market Square in front of beautiful City Hall. Since this is a private tour, you can customize your exact itinerary; simply let your guide know which sights you'd like to see. Head to Delft’s preserved Old Town, whose sights include the old town hall, the Old Church (Oude Kerk) and Agneta Park. Ponder the life and career of Dutch Golden Age painter Johannes Vermeer, who was born and raised in Delft, as you stroll along the canal-lined streets. You’ll then delve into Delft’s royal history by visiting several sites connected to the Dutch royal family. Your guide will tell stories and explain the significance behind each place you visit to ensure you don't miss a thing.One of the most notable figures you'll learn about is William of Orange (nicknamed William the Silent), the leader of the Dutch Revolt and the independent Dutch Republic. Born in the House of Nassau, he became Prince of Orange in 1544 and is thus the founder of the House of Orange-Nassau and the ancestor of the monarchy of the Netherlands. Hear about his triumphs as one of the country's most renowned leaders. At the Prince's Court, discover how the hero's life tragically ended in murder. Then head to the New Church (Nieuwe Kerk) to see his tomb and the graves of other members of the royal family. Beyond its royal history, Delft is also well known for its Delftware. This distinctive blue-and-white pottery, originally duplicated from Chinese porcelain by 17th-century Dutch artisans, is sought after around the world. Your guide will show you how the porcelain is painted, and will give you time to shop for some souvenirs. If you wish, you can also visit the Royal Delft, the last remaining Delftware factory from the 17th century where you can find entirely hand-painted pottery using centuries-old techniques. This is optional, but it's worth the trip!Your tour ends back at Delft Market Square.

$55.53 Walking & Biking Tours

Private Tour: The Hague Walking Tour Including Peace Palace Visitors Center

Meet your guide at The Hague Central Station in the morning or afternoon. During your 3-hour private walking tour, discover The Hague’s most important cultural and historical landmarks, as well as those relating to the city’s royal and political heritage. Many of The Hague's top attractions are located within a small area, so a walking tour is the perfect way to explore. With a flexible itinerary, just let your guide know what interests you most!As you’ll learn, The Hague is the seat of the government of the Netherlands. City life concentrates around the Hofvijver pond and the Binnenhof building complex, where the Parliament is located. On your walk you'll see several Parliament buildings, the International Court of Justice and the Tower of Rutte, which is the office of Prime Minister Mark Rutte. View the facade of Noordeinde Palace, one of the three official palaces of the Dutch royal family that is used as the ‘working palace’ of Dutch King Willem-Alexander. Head to Prison Gate Museum for a look at the former prison of the Court of Holland. Despite its rather gruesome history as a penitentiary and place of torture, the museum gives a unique and interesting look at what life was once like for those jailed in Holland. (Entrance fee at own expense.)Visit Square 1813, known in Dutch as Plein 1813, and explore the quadrangle city square dominated by the Monument of Independence, the largest 19th-century monument in the country. Your guide will explain how it commemorates the founding of the Kingdom of the Netherlands after the French occupation.Make a stop at Hague City Hall, located in the new city center, and saunter down the busy Spui shopping street. Then, make your way to the Peace Palace visitors center the Peace Palace visitors center where you will have an audio guide to take you through the visitors center. Learn about the laws of international justice and the role Carnegie played in developing this building.Your guide will then walk you back to the starting point to conclude your tour.

$11.11 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Admission for Escher in Het Paleis in The Hague

Visit: Escher in Het Paleis (Escher in the Palace)The art of Escher instills a sense of bewilderment and wonder, and fascinates young and old alike with his magical world. The exhibition includes famous ‘impossible’ prints such as “Day and Night”, where the Dutch landscape appears to morph into a flock of birds, and “Climbing and Descending” which depicts rows of people perpetually ascending and descending a flight of stairs. His fantastical structures, which couldn't possibly exist in the real world, are optical illusions that play with perspective.As well as showcasing his famous prints, The Palace also houses a collection of Escher’s early works, such as the beautiful Italian landscapes, studies of Moorish mosaics and bizarre still lives. The photographs of Escher’s family capture the private life of Escher, and the wood blocks and lithographic stones familiarize visitors in an accessible manner with his working methods.Experience the world of Escher:The second floor has been changed into a special experience for the presentation: In the Eye of Escher. An optical illusion depicts something which is in fact impossible. M.C. Escher was a master in this field. An optical illusion literally means doing puzzles with your eyes. The visitor will be able to unravel some of Escher’s mysteries like the Impossible Penrose Triangle by constructing one himself. The extra presentation “In the Eye of Escher” shows various themes in which Escher was involved, like reflection, perception and perspective.