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Our most recommended The Hague Tours

Madurodam: Miniature Park Entrance Ticket

1. Madurodam: Miniature Park Entrance Ticket

Discover the highlights and heritage of Holland at Madurodam, world famous for its model village, the Netherlands in miniature. The park consists of 338 miniatures as well as flowers in bloom from April until October. Enjoy interactive activities and two playgrounds. Visit Little Amsterdam, have a look at the Parliament Building in The Hague, or see what a real Dutch cheese market looks like. Everything is built to a scale of 1:25 including miniature trains, boats, and cars that move around. Visit the indoor attractions to find out more about Holland’s rich history. Hear about the Dutch’s ability to transform water into land. Experience the waters threatening the Netherlands in the Waterwolf and help the steam engine keep Holland dry.

The Hague: City Canal Cruise

2. The Hague: City Canal Cruise

Board this canal cruise for a relaxing and informative tour through the canals of The Hague. Your guide will show you all sides of the city from the posh to the modest, both the working-class and upper-class parts of The Hague. The boat is very comfortable and your knowledgeable guide will tell you all that you could ever want to know about the city. During this cruise, you'll be able to learn about the history of The Hague and see its sights from a different perspective. While cruising the canals, you can take in many sights of this international city of Peace and Justice. Please note that not all of the canal cruises are conducted in English. Due to the many nationalities of passengers handouts are provided in Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish.

The Hague: Scheveningen Beach RIB Speedboat Tour

3. The Hague: Scheveningen Beach RIB Speedboat Tour

Feel an adrenaline rush as you admire Scheveningen Beach on a high-powered RIB speedboat tour. Experience the raw strength of 2 Yamaha 250-horsepower engines. Travel with a safety vest and a local guide.  Meet your guide and get set up with your safety vest and head out to the 9-meter-long boat. Listen to a short safety briefing to ensure you feel confident during your trip. Embark on an exciting adventure. Cut through the water to see the Pier and the Grand Kurhaus hotel. Admire the boulevard with its beaches and see all the ships docked at the harbor. During the summer, go for a swim in the sea. Depending on the wishes of the passengers, have the option to go full throttle and reach speeds of up to 100 kilometers an hour.  Capture pictures of the lighthouse and Scheveningen from the sea. Hold on as you make some sharp turns. Return to your starting point at the end of your tour. 

Scheveningen, The Hague: Sea Life Entry Ticket

4. Scheveningen, The Hague: Sea Life Entry Ticket

Take a fascinating journey from Dutch rivers to the ocean depth through 15 themed zones. Come nose-to-nose with incredible seahorses, rays, sharks, and hundreds of tropical fish. Meet the playful otters and penguins. With fun talks and animal feeding sessions, there is plenty for everyone to enjoy at Sea Life Scheveningen. Sea Life is open daily from 10:00 AM, closed Christmas Day. Last entry is one hour before closing.

From Amsterdam: Rotterdam, Delft & The Hague Full-Day Tour

5. From Amsterdam: Rotterdam, Delft & The Hague Full-Day Tour

A great impression of Holland that starts with a drive to Rotterdam, famous for its modern architecture. During the city tour you will drive along the banks of the river Maas, to the old port and the remarkable yellow cube houses. Embark on an amazing 1-hour river cruise and then visit the famous food market. Continue on to Delft for lunch (not included) and a visit to the ‘Royal Delft Manufactory’, the last remaining Dutch ceramic factory from the 17th century. Take a city tour of The Hague, where you will see the beautiful Houses of Parliament, the working palace of the Dutch king and the Peace Palace. The last stop, before heading back to Amsterdam, will be at the miniature town Madurodam.

The Hague: Old City Private Walking Tour

6. The Hague: Old City Private Walking Tour

Experience the regal manners of the Dutch capital on a private 2-hour walking tour of The Hague, and see royal palaces and handsome administrative buildings with long and interesting histories. From the old hunting residence of the Counts of Holland, built by Count Floris IV in 1230, The Hague has developed over the centuries from a wealthy village (called the most beautiful and richest in Europe by the 16th-century Italian travel writer Lodovico Guicciardini) to a place of grandeur and the seat of the Dutch government and parliament. As you explore the sights, including the historic Binnenhof complex of buildings built in the 13th century, learn the hidden history of the city. Hear how Emperor Charles V gave the command to plant 4 rows of lime trees in the Voorhout, and learn about the dramatic decapitation of Van Oldenbarnevelt, as well as the assassination of the De Witt brothers. Along the route you will pass a series of former and current royal palaces, including the Noordeinde Palace, the “working palace” for the present King Willem-Alexander.

The Hague: City Center Walking Tour

7. The Hague: City Center Walking Tour

Discover the open-minded, creative, and modern city of The Hague with an expert guide. Learn more about the rich history of the city and its role within the history of The Netherlands and Europe. Also, get insider tips on modern attractions and local hotspots. Trace the origins of the city's open-minded culture by seeing a variety of sites and famous buildings throughout the city center. Discover the government buildings of the Binnenhof, including one of the oldest parliament buildings in the world still in use. Admire the exterior of the majestic International Peace Palace, which houses the International Court of Justice. See Noordeinde Palace which is one of the three official residences of the Dutch royal family and the official workplace of King Willem-Alexander.

The Hague: City Bike Tour

8. The Hague: City Bike Tour

Travelling by bike is the Dutch way of doing things, and The Hague’s bicycle infrastructure is up there with the best in the world. There’s no better way to discover the city than cycling around with a comedian guide. While rolling around town, your guide will show you the local treasures, from the historic center to the natural parks, and the beach and beyond. Just before you get tired, he will take you back to the start for a coffee and debrief. Be ready to interact, because you will be not only be actively taking part in the tour by moving your legs – we will get you guessing, matching, and tasting as well. Our guide will tell you about The Hague's interesting historical figures and architecture, as well as what is hot and happening today. After we take a coffee break when we finish, you'll know exactly where to go.

The Hague: 2-Hour Guided Street Art Bike Tour

9. The Hague: 2-Hour Guided Street Art Bike Tour

Explore the world of high-quality street art in The Hague. Bike your way through the city center and discover the city's upcoming art scenes, like the industrial area where art is flourishing. Hear the fascinating stories behind the murals from a local street art expert. See as many of these modern-day masterpieces as possible on this 2-hour guided bike tour. Capture one-of-a-kind photos as you glide from mural to mural and see hidden gems across the city with commentary from your expert guide. After the tour, ride wherever you like because the bike is yours for the rest of the day.

From Amsterdam: Rotterdam and The Hague Tour in Spanish

10. From Amsterdam: Rotterdam and The Hague Tour in Spanish

Depart Amsterdam and journey by bus to explore the seat of power in the Netherlands in the elegant city of The Hague, where highlights include the royal Noordeinde Palace and the government buildings of the Binnenhof. Continue to the Mauritshuis Museum, where art by Rembrandt and Vermeer is on display and then see the headquarters of the International Court of Justice at the Peace Palace. You then journey to Rotterdam, known for its innovative architecture. On arrival, look at The Man without a Heart sculpture by Ossip Zadkine, built to reflect on the destruction of the city during World War II. See the only medieval building still standing in the city, admire the interesting Cube Houses by Piet Blom and go to the old port area of Oude Haven. Marvel at the food on display in the historic Markthal and stroll along the banks of the River Meuse to get a panoramic view of the city's skyscrapers. Get some free time in Rotterdam for lunch and before making your way back to Amsterdam.

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What people are saying about The Hague

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 196 reviews

Tour started on time, 9.30am, coach was comfortable and clean, driver good. Guide was very good, well informed, excellent linguistics and delivery plus a sense of humour. Great way to see highlights of The Hague, Delft plus pottery tour, miniature park, Rotterdam and lastly a harbour cruise. Tour took longer than advertised, back to Amsterdam at 8pm

Great trip! Hague, Delft, Maduroland, Rotterdam-it would have taken days to hit all this one our own. Our guide, Pedro, was the absolute best! He kept everything moving and was very informative.

Very worth it, enjoyed the “Flying Dutchman” show inside of a replica airplane. Tickets on here were cheaper than at the gate.

This is a must visit place in The Hague. So much of the Dutch history is explained in the shows!

Over all a great ride, the guides are amazing. How ever a three hour ride roof almost 5.