Royal playground

Closed due to Coronavirus

The stables and palace gardens are closed until further notice. The palace is closed until 2021 due to renovation.

2 June - 30 September

PLAY PALACE HET LOO

Always wanted to experience the way princes and princesses play? Come, discover and join in at 'Speelpaleis Het Loo'. Endless climbing fun in the play palace and brave adventures on the horse and in the royal coach. And mum and dad? They’ll be fine enjoying a bite and a drink at the terrace of the Prins Hendrik Garage restaurant nearby.

PLAYGROUND

Paleis Het Loo has a second palace! A made-to-measure playground has been set up especially for the smaller visitors to the palace.  The play palace and the horse and carriage are made from sustainable robinia wood and fit in perfectly with the wooded surroundings.

The play appliances and underground fully satisfy all safety norms and offer enough challenge and space for around 20-25 children, in the 4-12 age category. The playground is only accessible from one side and thus you can easily keep an eye on everything.

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RESTAURANT

And you can enjoy a bite and a drink at the terrace of the Prins Hendrik Garage restaurant nearby. The balcony of Play Palace Het Loo is great for making photographs of your visit to Paleis Het Loo in royal surroundings.

Children are warmly welcome to come and scout ‘Play Palace Het Loo’ themselves!

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See & Do

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Dutch Delftware

2 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.
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Rooftop view

2 June - 30 September

The palace is closed, but the roof is still accessible! Come and take a look at the gardens and the building site.
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The Garden of Earthly Worries

2 June - 30 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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