very beautiful and design with many flowers and very very quit that was a great and enjoyable i hope see again
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The visitor's center is very interesting, but we were disappointed to learn that the tours of the Palace itself are only open to the public on the weekends.
The only part I liked was the gardens, which were beautiful but inaccessible (they were getting ready for something next day). The building is frankly kitsch - Edwardian disney, with a Flemish-style belfry (cf. Lille, for one) tacked pointlessly on to what looks like a...More
I had bought in my local bookstore a set of 10 UNICEF Notecards with envelopes with a picture of the wallcovering of the Japanese Room in the Peace Palace, which actually triggered our visit here. We made a reservation on line for a guided tour....More
The building isn't usually open to the public (only on specific days in the year) and I was fortunate to be there on one of those days. What can I say, a beautiful building (inside and out) with a serious purpose. I always take my...More
The palace is an amazing place, when you get there there is an audio tour that they offer for free in your language of choice. The security guard is very helpful and so was the receptionist. They say the audio to it takes about an...More
No inside tours available, but an impressive building, financed by Andrew Carnegie with a mission we can all support. A must stop for architecture lovers, history buffs and lawyers. Beautiful wrought iron gates and metal work.
It appears not. But valiant efforts have been made here in The Hague to bring nations together for the common goal of peace. There is an interesting self conducted, audio guided tour of the Peace Palace. The building and grounds are lovely and the exhibits...More
This was an unexpected experience. We were disappointed that access to the visitors centre was all that was on offer to us as the Peace Place is a working building and in use the weekday we visited. But the visitors centre provided us with such...More