Saturday 12 October 2024
19:00 – 01:00

Saturday 12 October 2024
19:00 – 01:00

CBG|Family History Center

The CBG|Centre for family history stands as a beacon for those embarking on the journey of self-discovery through genealogy. With a deep understanding of the profound impact that knowledge of one’s lineage can have, the CBG offers an invaluable resource for identity formation and connecting personal histories to the broader tapestry of world events.  The […]

KB National Library

Our world is built with words. And formed by people. With their ideas. Their past. Their dreams. And their vision for the future. With the national library you can get to know your world better. Or someone else’s. You can go on a journey through the world of the past, or look ahead to the […]

National Archive

The National Archives exist for more than 200 years. With over 142 kilometers of paper archives, 300.000 maps and drawings, more than 15 million photographs and 1.2 gigabytes of digital files, the National Archives make history accessible for all. You can view, research or examine these sources as many times as you like. Thus we […]

RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History

The RKD — Netherlands Institute for Art History acquires, manages, researches and presents a unique national collection relating to the visual arts of the Netherlands in an international context, from the late Middle Ages to the present. The institute aims to make its knowledge, research, and information accessible worldwide for museums, the academic community, and […]

The Temple – Archeology The Hague

The Temple is a notable national monument from 1914, designed by architect F.A. Bodde. This historic building, originally constructed for the Hague Commission Bank, features beautiful marble floors, stained glass windows, and a unique vault in the basement. After serving various purposes, including a home and a nightclub, it has housed the Archaeology Department of […]