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Closed until 31 March 2020

We are ‘Open, just not as usual’ from 31 March 2020 with the stables and palace gardens. The palace is closed until 2021 due to renovation.

31 March - 30 September

Stables Square

When you pass the box-office in the entrance building, you enter the Stables Square. The low buildings to the left and right are the stables. They were built between 1907 and 1909 at the orders of Queen Wilhelmina (1880-1962). Under the roof is the Harnessing Area where the coaches and carriages can be seen. If you would like to start your visit with a delicious cup of coffee or tea, why not pop into the grand café Prins Hendrik Garage?

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Stallenplein. Foto Paleis Het Loo (2)_LR
paarden in de stal _ Paleis Het Loo

Coach houses

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

Horses

The stable complex offers room for a total of 88 horses. In the left stable, two horses with many of years of service to the Royal Family behind them, now enjoy their retirement. A section of the stables is still used by the Royal Stables in The Hague.

See & do

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Rooftop view

31 March - 30 September

The palace is closed, but the roof is still accessible! Come and take a look at the gardens and the building site.
Daniel Libeskind

The Garden of Earthly Worries

31 March - 30 September

‘The Garden of Earthly Worries’ is a presentation of four abstract sculptures which explore the imbalance of humankind in nature.
Kinderatelier op Paleis Het Loo_Foto Petra Groeneboom

Children’s Studio

31 March - 30 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'.
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