Throughout the ages, ‘Het Binnenhof’ in The Hague has always been the centre of politics in the Netherlands, the place where affairs of state were discussed. Not only are the buildings themselves well worth seeing, but it was here that the most important events in Dutch history took place. Parliament still meets here, and thus the Binnenhof remains the centre of Dutch political life today.
Behind two typically Dutch dykes lies the world-famous miniature city Madurodam, a perfect place to get to know all the fascinating aspects of the Netherlands. The two restaurants, the playground, shop and lighthouse picnic area complete the park.
As a concept Omniversum is unique in the Netherlands. The IMAX films are projected onto the impressive 840m² giant dome. The visitor is submerged in a world of perception; the images are all around and due to the digital surround sound with thirty-six speakers and four subwoofers it is a true experience. Seated in a comfortable chair the visitor participates in exciting adventures in space and time.
Sea Life Scheveningen
Discover the world beneath the waves of the North Sea which is brimming with amazing creatures including sharks, rays and jellyfish. Walk through the eight-metre long tunnel and experience a sensation of walking on the seabed.
Holland Casino Scheveningen is one of twelve Holland Casino locations, the only legal casinos in the Netherlands. Holland Casino in Scheveningen has just undergone a total metamorphosis. While the exterior already resembled the bow of a ship, after refurbishing, entering the building will make you feel as though you were on a cruise ship.
‘Het Plein’ is a square, constructed in 1632, in the city centre of The Hague, nearby Het Binnenhof. The statue of Willem van Oranje in the centre of the square has been revealed in 1848. Nowadays you can find on Het Plein a lot of bars, restaurants and terraces in summer.