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Explore the centre of The Hague, enjoy the beach and boulevard in Scheveningen or visit the unique museums. You can easily combine a trip to Madurodam with a visit to the area. Just leave your car at our car park and take the tram or bus to The Hague or Scheveningen.
You see The Hague’s rich history in buildings such as the Noordeinde Palace, the Koninklijke Schouwburg and the Binnenhof (Parliament). The Visitor Centre at the Binnenhof organises tours through the Knights’ Hall, the Senate and the House. You can also go there for city walks through political The Hague.
Furthermore, the pleasant centre of The Hague is ideal for a day of shopping. You will find the big fashion outlets and department stores around the Spuistraat and Grote Marktstraat. The distinctive Passage is the only still existing covered shopping street from the 19th century in the Netherlands. Looking for trendy shops and exclusive clothing boutiques? Go shopping in the atmospheric Hofkwartier. Don’t miss the Prinsestraat, the Hoogstraat and the Noordeinde.
Finally, the Denneweg is the ideal place for the lover of fashion, design and antique shops.
Tram 9 towards Vrederust brings you from Madurodam to the centre of The Hague in less than 10 minutes.
Lazing on the beach or exploring the Boulevard, Pier and Kurhaus? Scheveningen lives... summer and winter.
The Kurhaus and the pier are traditionally the most important landmarks of Scheveningen. Stroll along the pier past the restaurants and shops. The Kurhaus still exudes the atmosphere, luxury and style of 19th century seaside Scheveningen.
It’s nice to stroll along the boulevard in summer and winter. You can shop year round from 10 am to 10 pm in the covered Palace Promenade. Along the boulevard, close to the Kurhaus, is Sea Life Scheveningen. An exciting underwater world with more than 45 aquariums. Combine a visit to Sea Life with a day at Madurodam? This is more affordable with a combination ticket. Visit our Combination ticket page.
Take tram 9 towards Scheveningen Noorderstrand and go from Madurodam to Scheveningen in under five minutes.
The Gemeentemuseum in The Hague offers an extensive collection of modern art, crafts and one of the best fashion collections in the world. In addition, the museum has the largest collection of Mondrians in the world, including the famous Victory Boogie Woogie.
The Mauritshuis is located next to the Binnenhof. The museum has a wonderful collection of old masters from the 17th and 18th centuries, including “The girl with the pearl earring” by Johannes Vermeer.
Panorama Mesdag is one of the largest and finest surviving panoramas in the world. In the painting of 120 metres, you can look at the sea, dunes and the old fishing village of Scheveningen. More interested in modern technology? Look, listen, read and experiment at the Museon science museum.
In addition to the Gemeentemuseum and the Museon there is the Omniversum. In this theatre, films are magnified 500 times and projected on a domed screen. You sit in the middle of the films wherein people, nature and science stand central.
The new museum Humanity House Experience takes you on a journey, where you will see, feel, hear and experience what it’s like to survive a disaster, and be dependent on emergency aid.
Visitors hear, see and experience the true stories of victims of disasters and conflicts all over the world. Visiting the museum makes the unimaginable imaginable.
Gemeentemuseum, Museon and Omniversum can be reached from Madurodam by tram 9 towards Scheveningen Noorderstrand, stop at Nieuwe Duinweg and transfer to bus 21 towards Vrederust, stop at Statenplein.
Panorama Mesdag can be reached from Madurodam by bus 22 towards Duinzigt, stop at Mauritskade. Take tram 9 from the Mauritshuis towards Vrederust, stop at Malieveld.
The Humanity House can be reached from Madurodam by bus 22 towards Duinzigt, stop at Buitenhof/Hofweg.