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royal high tea

Closed until April 2nd Closed until April 2nd

Temporarily closed

The Stables Square and palace gardens are open from April 2nd until September 29th. The palace is closed until 2021 due to renovation.

Royal high tea

The high tea is available from 2 April until 29 September. Click on the 'BOOK HIGH TEA' button to see which days are available.

Reservations

Book your high tea through the button below, at least 1 day in advance. You can pay for the high tea after you enjoyed it in restaurant 'Balzaal'.

BOOK HIGH TEA

A high tea is only possible with a valid entrance ticket for Paleis Het Loo.

Sweet and Savoury

When you arrive, we welcome you with a glass of prosecco or freshly squeezed orange juice. This is followed by a wide variety of sweet and savoury treats, naturally accompanied by a large selection of finest teas.

Come and enjoy:

  • Freshly-made soup amuse
  • Pastries; luxury biscuits
  • Chocolate
  • Petit four
  • Muffin
  • Scone with English clotted cream and jam
  • Fresh fruit salad
  • Mini club sandwich
  • Mini sandwich with luxury filling

€ 23.95 p.p. (min. 2 visitors).

high tea for children

Paleis Het Loo also offers a wonderful high tea specially for the younger visitors. The children are welcomed with a glass of kids’ champagne, after which the high tea begins with a soup amuse. For children there is an adapted assortment of savoury and sweet treats; of course, these include the mini sandwich and the scone.

€ 13.50 p.p. (up to 12 years of age)

 

 

See & do

Rooftop view

Rooftop view

2 April - 29 September

The palace is closed, but the roof will still be accessible to the visitors of Paleis Het Loo. Come and take a look at the gardens and the building site.
The ‘Orange’ trail

The ‘Orange’ trail

2 April - 29 September, until 16:30

Visitors can walk the Orange Trail starting at the end of the garden. The Orange Trail takes you along the ponds, pavilions and royal Boathouses in the Palace park.
The Garden of Earthly Worries

The Garden of Earthly Worries

2 April - 29 September

‘The Garden of Earthly Worries’ is a presentation of four abstract sculptures which explore the imbalance of humankind in nature.
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