Spring activities in The Hague

Spring is a good time to get outside and enjoy the awakening city. While we understand that the breathtaking view from The Roofs can be addictive, it’s still a wonderful time to get out and about. Step out of your home and see the blooming crocuses, trees that regain color and the sun that smiles kindly at you. What activities will you do this month?

Visit Keukenhof
Do you want to surprise your partner with a colorful adventure? Then Keukenhof is an absolute must-see. With more than 7 million flower bulbs, this is the largest flower garden in the world. Immerse yourself in a paradise of scents and colors. The park is open from late March to mid-May and a perfect day out for young and old.

One Planet
Sometimes the rain can put a damper on your day. And since it can still be cold, you prefer to stay indoors at those times. Visit One Planet instead. Here you will find both temporary exhibitions and a permanent collection. Everything is aimed at inspiring people to discover the world and develop themselves. One Planet is the former Omniversum and was created after the merger with the Museon. Be surprised by various themed halls, such as the Romans, volcanoes and earthquakes, child in war to law & peace.

Bike through the city
The Hague is a beautiful city that you can explore on your bike. Plan a fun route along cozy shopping streets, politics, beautiful parks and end up at the beach. There are plenty of sights that you must see. Tip: also take a tour along the Royal palaces and estates.

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