Japanese Garden in The HagueOther / The Hague
October 12-27, 10am - 4pm
Admire autumn’s beautiful colours in a traditional styled Japanese Garden!
For two weeks in October, this Japanese Garden is open for visitors to stroll and enjoy natural scenery with red coloured Japanese maples and Japanese anemones.
The garden was originally created in the early 20th century by the estate of Clingendael’s former owner, Marguérite M. Baroness van Brienen (1871-1939), also known as Lady Daisy.
Lady Daisy often visited Japan and imported traditional Japanese lanterns, sculptures, bridges, plants and more to use at her estate, situated between The Hague and Wassenaar.
In 2001 the garden was placed on a list of national historical monuments and because of its unique and historical value, this Japanese Garden is only open to visitors for two weeks per year.