During the summer,
May - September
every Thursday and Sunday
address: Lange Voorhout, The Hague - 2514EH

During the winter,
October - April
every Thursday
10 - 17hr.
address: Plein, The Hague - 2511CS


Visitng The Hague, the Antiques & Book Market and more

Visiting The Hague is not a complete experience
without a visit to it's markets.

Of course you can go to the city center,
the museums and the houses of parliament.

That are places the true The Hague inhabitant would call :


But they also know there is an other part worth visiting, that part is:


The Hague's residents are called or even divided into:

Hagenaars and Hagenezen;
"those from the sand and those from the moor"

ask someone who lives in The Hague and
you will probably get a wonderful explination.

The Antiques and Book Market is "Haags",
because of the spot: the beautiful Lange Voorhout, on the sand

The Haagse Markt is "Hagenees" because on the moor,
but there is no moor anymore

The Haagse Markt is held every
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
with 500 stalls, see:

the Dutch King visiting the Haagse Markt

Antiques & Book Market The Hague,
during summertime on the Lange Voorhout
during wintertime on the Plein


Enjoy a complete The Hague !