Holland Pass is the city pass for saving time and money! Save up to 50% on Sightseeing in THE HAGUE and other popular Dutch cities such as Rotterdam, Utrecht, and Amsterdam!
City Passes in The Hague
The Hague, Netherlands
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Travel to The Hague, capital city of South Holland and where the Dutch government resides, and experience a magnificent, regal city filled with museums and other sites, as well as various international courts and organizations. Dive into our 2015 tours and activites and venture into the third-largest city in the Netherlands and one of its most famous! The best way to get around the city’s attractions is through our skip the line Holland Pass, which will give you free admission to many museums and attractions in Den Haag, as well as other cities all over the Netherlands like Rotterdam and Utrecht, and even public transportation tickets, for one low price. You’ll also get a free guided city tour of Amsterdam with your pass.
Visit museums all over the country with your Holland Pass. In the Hague, enter Museum Sculptures by the Sea, which is the only sculpture-specific museum in the Netherlands. Ride into Louwman Museum and its collection of historic cars, motorcycles, coaches, and other vehicles that numbers over two hundred, and includes the Aston Martin seen in the James Bond film Goldfinger.
Travel to Amsterdam and see the Biblical Museum, where you can witness a collection of bibles and religious artifacts from Judaism and Christianity, as well as archaeological finds from the history of Ancient Egypt. See the Van Gogh Museum, the second most-visited museum in the country, with the largest collection in the world of Van Gogh’s paintings, drawings, and letters.
Go on a canal bike tour in Utrecht, where you can hop onto one of the iconic pedal boats in the city canals and explore the city from a fun perspective in the water.
Marvel at Miniworld Rotterdam, one of the largest and most detailed model railways you’ll ever see, with its 1:87 scale and an incredible day and night cycle that blankets the miniature Rotterdam landscape in light and shadow.