Dak paleis het loo

Palace gardens

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.

1 June - 30 September

Just like the opening hours, the planting of the gardens is 'not as usual'.

Colorful gardens

Since the opening as a museum in 1984, the flora from the 17th century was used to plant the garden. All species were planted seperatly, so the blooming plant was easy to admire from all sides. In the years to come, the boarders will be fully planted. Plants from the 18th, 19th and 20th century will be planted in the Dutch Baroque garden. A unique experience!

Garden-Paleis-Het-Loo
Venusfontein, foto Paleis Het Loo (IMGP6026)

Palace Gardens

See & do

Daniel Libeskind

The Garden of Earthly Worries

1 June - 30 September

‘The Garden of Earthly Worries’ is a presentation of four abstract sculptures which explore the imbalance of humankind in nature.
Delfts_blauw_in de tuinen van Paleis Het Loo kleine foto

Dutch Delftware

1 June - 30 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.
header – Stallen en Koetshuizen _ Paleis Het Loo

Stables & Coach houses

1 June - 30 September

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