The Children’s Book Museum in The Hague is a cultural playground for kids. The museum lets kids, up to 12 years old, discover, experience, play, create, and explore different rooms dedicated to characters from Dutch and international children’s books. The younger kids will learn from touching and interacting with various objects and colors. The older kids can build things and learn from the stories.
Prins Willem-Alexanderhof 5, 2595 BE Den Haag, Netherlands
Dutch (official language), Frisian is spoken in the northern province of Friesland. English, German and French are widely spoken.
Babies, Kids, Teens
- Age 0-1: Free
- Age 2-6: € 7.50
- Age 7-18: € 8.50
- Adults: € 10.00
- Students, CJP, 65+: € 8.50
- Museumkaart, ICOM, Ooievaarspas, Rotterdampas: Free
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Best Time To Visit
The Netherlands has its charms all year-round, and you should plan your visit based on the types of activities you wish to do. Summertimes, June to September offer longer days and lots of sunshine (average 19°C/66°F). These are popular times, so expect more crowds and higher prices, especially in big cities like Amsterdam, top attractions, and coastal resorts. From November to December, winter months, the weather is much colder (average 3°C/37°F). The days are pretty short, especially around January. Late November to December are popular times with tourists visiting for the festive seasons and Christmas Markets around the country. Weather-wise, the best times to visit are mid-April to mid-October. If you wish to see the iconic colorful tulip fields in full bloom, you should plan to travel between mid-April to mid-May. * Remember to check the weather forecast few days before the trip and before heading to the airport. *
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