Museums in The Hague to Host Your Conference and Event. Part 2
The Hague is the 2nd museum city of the Netherlands. The city by the sea offers a varied and high-quality selection of iconic masterpieces, including Escher and Mesdag. Next to historic art, The Hague also offers a wide range of modern art museums. And the best part of it all: you can host your event in these museums!Read part 1 here!
The Kunstmuseum is a modern palace for the arts. Just imagine hosting your event inside this enchanting building, to wander through its beautiful daylight lit galleries with your delegates and be inspired and amazed by the collection of modern and contemporary art, fashion, and decorative arts. Thanks to its beautiful Art Deco building and leading art collection, the Kunstmuseum offers a unique location for events. Click here to read about all the event opportunities in Kunstmuseum.
Royal Delft, established in 1653, is the last remaining Delft Blue manufacturer from the 17th century. Here, the world-famous Royal Delftware is still entirely hand-painted according to centuries-old tradition. Together with your delegates, you can experience the history of The Hague and Delft and paint your very own tile in royal Delft Blue afterwards.
Sound and Vision The Hague
Experience the ultimate event at Sound and Vision The Hague (Beeld en Geluid Den Haag), set in a superb location in the vibrant heart of The Hague. This venue offers inspiring rooms that are more than just walls, curtains, tables and chairs, to make sure that your meetings and events generate a great impact. You can organise a convention, meeting, dinner or press conference for up to 600 people. The venue also offers the possibility to host your hybrid event. Read all about it here.
The intimate Mesdag Collection museum holds a compilation of beautiful works by Dutch and French masters from the 19th century, art from contemporary artists and a large collection of Hendrik Willem Mesdag's work. And you can host your meeting between these beautiful paintings. Read all about it here. Also read about the other museum dedicated to Mesdag: Panorama Mesdag – a museum in the city centre of The Hague with a large and iconic Panorama painting from Scheveningen in 1881 painted by Mesdag.
The Museon is a museum venue in The Hague for culture and science. It aims to inspire visitors to discover the world and encourage them to treat the earth with respect. The Museon is also an outstanding location for business events in a dynamic urban setting. The eye-catching building by well-known Dutch architect Wim Quist is situated in the attractive Statenkwartier area of The Hague, at the heart of the city’s international zone surrounded by the offices of major organizations like Europol, OPCW and Eurojust.