Noordeinde Palace tours
Noordeinde Palace in The Hague is the King’s place of work and one of the three official palaces of the Dutch royal family. The Paleis Noordeinde, in ...In the top 5 attractions for The Hague
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Noordeinde Palace in The Hague is the King’s place of work and one of the three official palaces of the Dutch royal family. The Paleis Noordeinde, in Dutch, has been a Royal House since 1609 when the state presented it to William of Orange’s widow and is the location of many events for the family from the marriages of Princesses and princes to their final resting place. The palace complex also includes the Royal Stables, and the palace gardens contain the Royal Archives, which are the property of the House of Orange-Nassau Historic Collections Trust.
As the Palace itself is still a working palace it is not open to the public. Join a Royal tour in The Hague to discover the exterior and its monuments. Walk or bike along the street Noordeinde where you can stop for photos outside the residence. Enjoy the small Palace Garden with free admission and take a relaxing stroll beside the romantic flowerbeds, ponds, fountains and marble statues. Then, just next to the park you can see the Royal Stables where the horses and coaches are kept.