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Open until 30 September

The stables and palace gardens are open. You need a timeslot ticket due to covid-19 measures. Tickets are available in our ticketshop (Dutch only). The palace and rooftop are closed until 2021 due to renovation.

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Corona

18 March 2020

Paleis Het Loo will be closed in line with the national government policy on the Corona virus. Stay informed through our social media channels and our website. E-tickets already purchased will remain valid throughout the season, until September 30th of 2020. For questions please send an e-mail to info@paleishetloo.nl. Frequently Asked Questions 1. Is Paleis...
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17th-century symbolic references in the gardens

24 May 2019

The 17th-century garden symbolized paradise on earth, the perfection of the Divine creation: the Garden of Paradise. The perfect symmetry – an important element of the Baroque garden – was man's ultimate victory over nature.
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Daniel Libeskind designs sculptures for the gardens of Paleis Het Loo

07 September 2018

Beginning in spring of 2019, Paleis Het Loo will exhibit four monumental contemporary art works in its gardens, designed by the Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind.
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Dutch Delftware from Paleis Het Loo on show at Schiphol Airport

08 January 2018

Passengers using Schiphol’s E pier will have an unexpected meeting with art. Twelve Delftware vases from the gardens of Paleis Het Loo will be presented in a design of Dutch designer Mae Engelgeer.
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