Paleis Het Loo

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Koninklijk Park 16
7315 JA Apeldoorn
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Museum Paleis Het Loo is one of the most popular museums in the Netherlands. After a major renovation and expansion, Paleis Het Loo is ready to give you a warm welcome in royal surroundings. Get to know the House of Orange, the Dutch Royals: wander through their private apartments in the palace and enjoy the impressive baroque gardens. Paleis Het Loo is the new must see in the Netherlands and it certainly deserves a place on your Holland tour.

Visit the 17th-century palace and experience the history of the Dutch royal family. The House of Orange has lived and worked here for more than three centuries. The new exhibitions and palace routes show the unexpected aspects of the palace and stories about the Dutch Monarchy.

THE GARDEN OF EARTHLY WORRIES
‘The Garde…

Museum Paleis Het Loo is one of the most popular museums in the Netherlands. After a major renovation and expansion, Paleis Het Loo is ready to give you a warm welcome in royal surroundings. Get to know the House of Orange, the Dutch Royals: wander through their private apartments in the palace and enjoy the impressive baroque gardens. Paleis Het Loo is the new must see in the Netherlands and it certainly deserves a place on your Holland tour.

Visit the 17th-century palace and experience the history of the Dutch royal family. The House of Orange has lived and worked here for more than three centuries. The new exhibitions and palace routes show the unexpected aspects of the palace and stories about the Dutch Monarchy.

THE GARDEN OF EARTHLY WORRIES
‘The Garden of Earthly Worries’, with four monumental contemporary art works designed by the Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind. It’s the first time that contemporary art is on show in the garden of Paleis Het Loo. Conceived as a sculptural and conceptual counterpoint to the ordered beauty of the palace garden; the gardens of the 17th century represent a perceived paradise, man’s perfection of nature. But, due to technology and human intervention, our current planet is rapidly changing. A must see at Paleis Het Loo and a platform for climat change discussion.

About Daniel Libeskind
Studio Libeskind in New York is an international architectural practice known for the design of museums and other cultural and public buildings throughout the world, including the Jewish Museum Berlin and the master plan for the reconstruction of the World Trade Center in New York. Daniel Libeskind is also designer of the Dutch Holocaust Memorial of Names in Amsterdam, which is in design. He has held a large number of chairs and has received many prizes for his work.

More information on paleishetloo.com/see-do

Catering
Paleis Het Loo has a number of places for refreshments, each with its unique atmosphere and special view.  Restaurant Balzaal overlooks the King's garden and the grand café Prins Hendrik Garage has a marvelous view over the Stables Square. More information and online booking: paleishetloo.com/plan-your-visit/groups.

Wheelchairs / walking frames
The gardens and stables are wheelchair accessible, groups are advised to make a reservation: sales@paleishetloo.nl

Parking en shuttle service
Parking and getting of only at car park: Amersfoortseweg.
Shuttle car available from the stables to the gardens: € 1.00 p.p. for a return ticket.

For more information and reservations
Please contact group reservations: sales@paleishetloo.nl or phone +31 (0)55 577 24 48.

Prices

  • Price explanation: Individual prices
    13 years and older €8,50 p.p.
    4 to 12 years €3,00 p.p.
    0 to 3 years free
    Musea- or VIP-card free

    Group prices
    Groups of 20 and above  (13 years and older)         € 6.50 p.p.


    Tour bus                                                                         Free parking
    Cars                                                                                 € 5.00                    

    Guided tours for groups
    per person                                                    €  3.00
    minimum rate per tour                                € 25.00
    In English, Dutch, German and French

    Methods of payment
    Cash / on account / VISA / MasterCard. Prices incl. VAT.

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