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The tulip is one of the most iconic symbols of the Netherlands – and nowhere are they worshipped more whole-heartedly than at the Keukenhof. Known as the Garden of Europe, Keukenhof has fields of more than seven million tulips spread out over 32 hectares. The focus is on the mighty tulip, but roses, gerberas, daffodils, orchids, and more all get their time to shine here. There are English and Japanese gardens, a playground, petting zoo, maze and much more to explore. It's open for just eight weeks each spring.
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See exact replicas of special buildings and objects, on a scale of 1:25 at The Hague's Madurodam. It's a great place to get educated on all things Dutch, and an even better place to experience what the BFG feels like daily.
The famous Scheveningen Pier just got a lot more exciting! Now you can enjoy panoramic views from the luxury ferris wheel, or test your nerve on the gigantic zipline and vertiginous bungee platform.
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SEA LIFE Scheveningen is a family-friendly oceanic attraction that lets visitors experience the hidden wonders of our seas and attend animal feedings. Its dedicated staff are passionate about conservation. SEA LIFE Scheveningen is located in The Hague and is easy to reach by train, tram, bus or car.
Escher in Het Paleis / Escher in The Palace is located in The Hague's impressive former Winter Palace of the Queen Mother Emma. It makes for a day of optical illusions in some fairy tale surroundings. The Palace is easily reached by all trams to the Malieveld tram stop.
One of the few elite Dutch art museums outside of Amsterdam, the Mauritshuis is located in a 17th-century mansion in the Hague. Its permanent collection, the Royal Cabinet of Paintings, consists of 854 works from Dutch and Flemish masters from the 17th century, which is often known as the Golden Age of Dutch art. Among its most prized works is one of the world's most instantly recognizable and reproduced paintings: Johannes Vermeer's timeless 'Girl with a Pearl Earring'. It also features the whos-who of Dutch and Flemish masters, with works by Rembrandt, Van Dyke, Rubens, Brueghel, Holbein, Hals, and Steen all represented in the immense collection. The Mauritshuis is one of the most essential art experiences in the Netherlands and an absolute must-see in the Hague.
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