Noordeinde Palace (Paleis Noordeinde)

This palace, also called Het Oude Hof, dates from the 16th and 17th Centuries and has two wings at right-angles to the main building. First occupied by Louise de Coligny, widow of William the Silent, then by her sons, the princes Maurice and Frederick Henry, its most recent occupant of note was King William I. Queen Beatrix has set up her offices here.

Useful information

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Noordeinde

Nearby tourist attractions

Noordeinde
Noordeinde
This crosses the front of the Noordeinde
15 minutes
The Walloon Reformed Church
The Walloon Reformed Church
Louis Napoleon financed the construction
15 minutes
Prison-Gate Museum (Museum de Gevangenpoort)
Prison-Gate Museum (Museum de Gevangenpoort)
This museum is in the intriguing setting
60 minutes
The Prince William V Gallery
The Prince William V Gallery
This gallery of paintings occupies the
60 minutes
The Square (De Plaats)
The Square (De Plaats)
Johan de Witt was hung on this square,
15 minutes
City Centre
City Centre
Broad avenues spread out from the
30 minutes
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Other ideas « Patrimony »

Noordeinde
Noordeinde
This crosses the front of the Noordeinde
15 minutes
The Walloon Reformed Church
The Walloon Reformed Church
Louis Napoleon financed the construction
15 minutes
The Square (De Plaats)
The Square (De Plaats)
Johan de Witt was hung on this square,
15 minutes
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

The Walloon Reformed Church
The Walloon Reformed Church
Louis Napoleon financed the construction
15 minutes
Prison-Gate Museum (Museum de Gevangenpoort)
Prison-Gate Museum (Museum de Gevangenpoort)
This museum is in the intriguing setting
60 minutes
The Prince William V Gallery
The Prince William V Gallery
This gallery of paintings occupies the
60 minutes
See all