The Royal Collections of the Netherlands are housed in the Royal House Archive building in the grounds of Noordeinde Palace in The Hague. Please bear in mind that you will need to make an appointment to visit. And remember to bring a valid identity document, which you will need to present to the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee for admission to the palace grounds.

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Correspondence Address

Royal Collections of the Netherlands
Noordeinde Palace
P.O. Box 30412
2500 GK The Hague

The Netherlands

Telephone: 070 - 5172410

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Directions by car

At the A4/A12/A13 interchange (Prins Clausplein), join the A12 towards Den Haag (The Hague). At the end of the motorway, turn left towards Scheveningen-Haven, into Zuid-Hollandlaan. After 500 metres, turn right towards MCH Westeinde, into Koningskade (join the left-hand lane). At the next traffic lights, turn left into Dr Kuyperstraat. At the fourth set of traffic lights, just after passing the Royal Stables, turn left into Prinsessewal. At the end of this road, the entrance to Noordeinde Palace is on your left. Enter the palace gardens and turn right, following the sign for “Paleis”. If you have registered in advance, you can access the palace grounds and park next to the Royal House Archive in car park P2. Download directions (pdf)

By public transport

From Den Haag HS (Hollands Spoor) station, take either Tram 1 towards Scheveningen Noorderstrand or Tram 16 towards Statenkwartier. From Tram 1, alight at Kneuterdijk. Cross the road and turn left into Heulstraat. At the end of this road, turn left into Noordeinde and then right into Molenstraat. After 250 metres, turn right into Prinsestraat. This leads to Prinsessewal, where the entrance to the palace gardens is on your right. From Tram 16, alight at Noordwal (corner of Torenstraat). Turn right into Noordwal and walk all the way to the end of the street. Turn left into Prinsessewal, where the entrance to the palace gardens is on your right.

From Den Haag CS (Centraal) station, take either Tram 16 towards Statenkwartier, Bus 22 towards Duindorp or Bus 24 towards Kijkduin. From Tram 16, alight at Noordwal. Turn right into Noordwal and walk all the way to the end of the street. Turn left into Prinsessewal, where the entrance to the palace gardens is on your right. From Bus 22 or 24, alight at Kneuterdijk. Cross the road and turn left into Heulstraat. At the end of this road, turn left into Noordeinde and then right into Molenstraat. After 250 metres, turn right into Prinsestraat. This leads to Prinsessewal, where the entrance to the palace gardens is on your right.

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On foot

We are about 20 minutes’ walk from Den Haag CS (Centraal) station. Leave the station by the Malieveld exit. Turn left into Bezuidenhoutseweg, which leads into Herengracht. At the end of this street, cross diagonally left into Korte Poten. This leads past Plein square into Lange Poten. Cross the tram line, into Spuistraat. Take the third turning on the left, into Venestraat. At the five-way junction, bear left into Grote Halstraat. Take the second turning on the right, into de Prinsestraat. This leads into Prinsessewal, where you see the entrance to the palace gardens on your right.

We are about 20 minutes’ walk from Den Haag HS (Holland Spoor) station. Leave the station by the Centrum exit and walk straight ahead into Stationsweg. This leads into Wagenstraat and then Venestraat. At the five-way junction, bear left into Grote Halstraat. Take the second turning on the right, into Prinsestraat. This leads into Prinsessewal, where you see the entrance to the palace gardens on your right.

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Upon arrival

At the Marechaussee checkpoint you will be asked to hand in your identity document in exchange for a visitor’s pass. This allows you to pass the barrier. Turn left and follow the road towards the Royal House Archive building (Koninklijk Huisarchief), where the Royal Collections of the Netherlands are housed. The entrance is facing the palace gardens.