Expats moving to The Hague with children will find that the city has plenty to keep the little ones entertained. Below are a few fun ideas for both rain and shine.
Kid-friendly activities in The Hague
Among the most popular outings for children are the incredibly realistic miniature cityscapes at Madurodam and the fascinating underwater scenes of the Sea Life aquarium.
The seaside suburb of Scheveningen is popular with families during the summer and The Hague’s many parks make great picnic spots too. Westduinpark boasts some easy walking trails along the dunes that provide great views of the city. There’s also the tranquil and historic Clingendael estate, and animal lovers will enjoy a day at one of the city farms or petting zoos.
When the weather is unfavourable in The Hague, parents will find that there are a number of excellent indoor activities for children as well. Planet Jump’s indoor trampoline centre is a brilliant venue for children’s parties and a good way to burn up excess energy. Glow Golf provides a unique indoor glow-in-the-dark miniature golf experience for kids.
►For information on schooling, see Education and Schools in The Hague
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