Peace PalaceCurrently Closed
- Address: Carnegieplein 2, 2517 KJ Den Haag, Netherlands, The Hague
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +31-703024242
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Palace, Family And Kids
Peace Palace - Review
Founded on the grounds of Pacifism and World Peace and constructed towards the end of 19th century, this palace is as magnificent as these ideals themselves. The tours to the palace are open to the public on weekends and provide great insights to the whole place. The palace is surrounded by beautiful gardens which are well manicured and maintained. The architectural style of the building is kitsch and the whole place is enthralled by an enlightening spirit of peace. There also a ribbon which has peace written on it in many languages, prescribed by the United Nations.
How To reach Peace Palace by Public Transport
- To Den Haag, Vredespaleis light rail station
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Things to Know Before Visiting Peace Palace
75.84% of people who visit The Hague include Peace Palace in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
47.06% of people start their Peace Palace visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Peace Palace
93.11% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Peace Palace
Peace Palace Trips
Peace Palace, The Hague Reviews
So beautiful place that represents how the nations are united to keep the peace going on. There is a gratis area that shows you the history since the palace was built and how it became so popular, the staff at the reception give you earphones to listen the history on your own language. Worth visiting.
Check online for your schedules and book in advance! No cameras allowed inside the peace palace, but prepare your eyes for some of the most beautiful architecture and artifacts from a global collection of donations. Guides from the Carnegie Foundation are amazing. Even if you didn't prebook, go visit the visitor center for a free tour of the history of the court and check with the desk if they have any tours for the day! However, please be sure to bring your passport or EU issued ID card if you're hoping to catch a tour.
Important building of great historical significance. Around the palace there are many beautiful artworks, tiles and sculptures donated by different countries. The court rooms are very impressive and well worth a visit. The audio tour at the entrance was ok but didn't really live up to the importance of the palace.
I fell in love with this place. It's beautiful! And the area surrounding the palace is worth a visit. Check when they have guided tours. Unfortunately I wasn't able to visit it inside. I'll go back!😉
Make sure to book in advance the guided tours as they can get quite busy. The tours are interesting, but feel a bit short in comparison to other spots in Europe