See

See & do

Open, just not as usual

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

Royal Horsepower

Royal Horsepower

25 May - 26 May

On the last weekend of May the Royal Stables gives visitors of Paleis Het Loo the unique opportunity to see the royal horses, cars and carriages from up close.
Ascension Concert

Ascension Concert

30 May, from 14:30 until 16:30, Stables Square

On Ascension Day you can enjoy a special concert at the Stables Square. There is no extra fee for the Ascension Concert.
Whitsun fair

Whitsun fair

8 June - 10 June

This special Whitsun fair takes place at the Stables Square. More than fourty stalls will display a great variety of 'Brocante' from The Netherlands and Belgium.
Princes and Princesses Days

Princes and Princesses Days

23 July - 21 August

The 'Prince and Princess Days' is an annual event during the summer holidays. Come to Paleis Het Loo dressed up like a royal, decorate your own crown and sit on a royal throne!
Royals, pets and animals

Royals, pets and animals

2 April - 15 September

Because of the use of the stables, the presentation of 'Royals, pets & animals' is closed and only accessible from april 2019.
Unusual planting

Unusual planting

2 April - 29 September

Just like the opening hours, the planting of the gardens is 'not as ususal'.
Sunday Music

Sunday Music

28 April - 29 September

Every last sunday of every month: Happy tunes in the gardens and stables. A classical music ensemble will play at 11:00h and 14:00h.
September: Garden month

September: Garden month

5 September - 29 September

Discover a wide range of activities in the palace gardens every Thursday and Friday in September.
Stables & Coach houses

Stables & Coach houses

2 April - 29 September

Visitors can enter the Coach houses to get a close look at the presentation of Dutch royal transport with carriages, cars and sleighs.
Dutch Delftware

Dutch Delftware

1 June - 29 September

Using 17th centrury techniques Dutch Delftware garden vases have been reproduced as they were made for the first residents of Paleis Het Loo, King-Stadtholder Willem III and Queen Mary.
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 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.
Children’s Studio

Children’s Studio

2 April - 29 September

The Children's Studio is the place to be for the young visitors of Paleis Het Loo. The theme of this studio is 'Royal occupation'.
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.
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