The Hague Art and Antique Days
The Hague Art and Antique Days is a one-of-a-kind open-air event in The Hague. This intriguing two-day fair celebrating antiques and art has been celebrated for over 25 years on the last weekend of August at the magnificent Lange Voorhout in The Hague.
Art and antiques at the Lange Voorhout
On August 27 and 28, from 10am until 5pm, expect to see the Lange Voorhout swarming with antiques and art. From the American embassy right up to the Kloost Church, the street will be filled with over 185 different stands offering antiques, artworks, books, curiosities and ceramics from the Netherlands and abroad.
In the middle of the square, you can find an information stand and a toilet for visitors, as well as catering establishments on the event grounds.
The location couldn’t be more perfect for visitors coming out of town, being a very short walk from The Hague central station and very close to the main shopping streets. There is nearby parking at Noordeinde, Plein and Malieveld, as well as at central station.
Plan your trip to The Hague Art and Antique Days
Lange Voorhout is easy to get to by public transportation. Go to the website of The Hague Art and Antique Days to read more about the coronavirus measures, programme and what to expect at the fair.