Netherlands

Netherlands Attractions

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Museon

Den Haag’s hyper-modern science museum opened in its current incarnation in 1985, adjacent to the Gemeentemuseum in a sleek, modern, two-story building of ...  Read more

Museum of Medieval Torture Instruments

Probably not a destination for the faint-hearted, the Torture Museum is crammed full of ghastly implements designed to worm the truth out of sinners in ...  Read more

Nieuwe Kerk

4.5 star rating: Recommended 606 Reviews

One of Amsterdam’s most striking churches, situated on the central Dam Square next door to the Royal Palace, the Nieuwe Kerk, or New Church, maintains its ...  Read more

Noordeinde Palace

Although the Dutch royal family has a total of four palaces throughout the Netherlands, including one in Amsterdam, today the royals prefers to work from The ...  Read more

Oude Kerk (Old Church)

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

The Oude Kerk (or Old Church) is the city's oldest surviving building, consecrated in 1306. Yet the location of this triple-nave, late-Gothic church ...  Read more

Panorama Mesdag

Secreted away in quiet Den Haag sidestreet, the Panorama Mesdag is the star exhibit at its eponymous museum. The largest painting in the Netherlands is an ...  Read more

Peace Palace/Vredespaleis

4 star rating: Recommended 606 Reviews

One of the Netherlands’ most famous buildings and the crowning glory of The Hague, the Peace Palace, or Vredespaleis, serves as a symbol of the country’s key ...  Read more

Prinsengracht

With its ring of canals extending over 62 miles (100 km) and featuring an incredible 1,500 bridges, it's no surprise that Amsterdam’s canal ring has earned ...  Read more

Rembrandt House Museum

4.5 star rating: Recommended 589 Reviews

Situated in the former home of the renowned Dutch painter and etcher, Rembrandt Van Rijn, the Rembrandt House Museum, boasts an illustrious history with world ...  Read more

Rembrandtplein

4 star rating: Recommended 784 Reviews

A far cry from its origins as a butter and dairy market, Rembrandtplein is now one of Amsterdam’s busiest and liveliest squares, sandwiched between the Mint ...  Read more

Ridderzaal (Hall of Knights)

As one of the oldest and most-admired landmark buildings in The Hague, the Ridderzaal makes up part of the medieval Binnenhof (Inner Court) complex, which was ...  Read more

Rijksmuseum

4 star rating: Recommended 30 Reviews

The Rijksmuseum, or National Museum, is the premier art museum of the Netherlands, and no self-respecting visitor to Amsterdam can afford to miss it. Though ...  Read more

Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis)

4 star rating: Recommended 716 Reviews

With its classical sandstone façade looming over Amsterdam’s central Dam Square, the 17th-century Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) has been a firm ...  Read more

Scheveningen

The Hague’s seaside suburb of Scheveningen is also the most popular holiday resort in The Netherlands. Just a tram ride from the center of the city, ...  Read more

Square 1813 (Plein 1813)

It may sound funny, but Square 1813 (Plein 1813) is actually a circle or what some might call a roundabout. In the center is a large monument to independence ...  Read more

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