The Hague Museum of Photography is part of the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag and since it is located right next door, a trip to both is especially easy for visitors.
Half a dozen exhibitions are organized every year at The Hague Museum of Photography, so what you’ll see depends on when you go. Exhibitions vary from well-known to unknown photographers and cover a wide range of time, categories and history.
The Hague Museum of Photography is located in what was originally an annex to the Gemeentemuseum. (The museum for contemporary art, GEM, is also located in the building.)
Visitors can purchase a combination ticket that will work at both The Hague Museum of Photography and the Gemeentemuseum. The Hague Museum of Photography is much smaller and will take less time to see than the Gemeentemuseum. The Hague Museum of Photography is closed on Mondays but is open every public holiday except Christmas Day.