In the historic heart of The Hague
The Royal Christmas Fair is located in the historic heart of The Hague. Surrounded by the Binnenhof, Noordeinde Palace, various embassies, museums, and atmospheric shopping streets such as Denneweg, and the Plaats and Plein squares.
A day’s visit to the most beautiful Christmas fair in the Netherlands is simply perfect for a day or night on the town in The Hague! With an optional visit to Scheveningen to get a breath of fresh air on the beach in addition to the atmospheric Royal Christmas Fair and the aforementioned attractions.
Dogs are also welcome at The Royal Christmas Fair.
Lange Voorhout, The Hague
Lange Voorhout is located in the centre of The Hague. Easily accessible by car, bicycle, public transport, and within walking distance of Central Station. The entrances to the Christmas fair can be found at the Kloosterkerk (Cloister Church – corner Parkstraat/Lange Voorhout), hotel Des Indes (Denneweg), and the former American embassy (Tournooiveld).
The Royal Christmas Fair opens its doors on Thursday, December 7 at 5:00 PM. Then open daily from 12:00 – 21:00.
Please note: The Royal Christmas Fair is closed on Monday 18 December.
Here you will experience the true après-ski feeling, the coziness and the warmth that makes a Christmas market so special. Of course you can drink mulled wine or schnapps here with friends or colleagues, but it is above all the place for meetings in the run-up to Christmas!
Opposite the stage, this is the point to get a hot chocolate or mulled wine to warm your hands while enjoying one of the many performances. And this bar also has its own terrace!
Lots of wood, robust and therefore cozy in winter! The place for great stories to friends and colleagues during a fancy drink. This is where you ring in the year!
Royal Christmas House
The beating heart of the Christmas market. The opening, lunches, walking dinners, but also business presentations take place here. Very attractive with lots of wood and seating comfort; and a private covered and heated terrace! Apart from reservations, it is of course also accessible to all visitors of the Royal Christmas Fair!
Royal Christmas Stage
In addition to attractive decoration and dozens of beautiful Christmas houses, the programming during the Royal Christmas Fair also plays an important role. The one and only Santa Claus, magicians and 'mop choirs' make up the mobile programming. But musical and other performances also take place every day on this permanent stage opposite the Royal Christmas House. Keep an eye on the programming!
Royal Christmas Bus
This striking authentic London double-decker bus is very central to the Christmas market and is photographed thousands of times every year. Here you can get information or questions regarding programming or lost items.