The Hague is a city with many faces. The Hague Historical Museum shows them all through the ages. These masterpieces give a taste of our extensive selection.

During the 16th and 17th centuries, the Hofvijver was the landmark of The Hague. Especially because of the surrounding buildings, this area is a favorite subject for many painters of that time.

Around 1900, the Spuistraat was one of the chicest shopping streets in The Hague. Richly decorated storefronts and full shop windows were designed to lure passers-by inside.

Inspired by leading magazines on architecture and interior design, Lita de Ranitz commissioned this big dollhouse. A contemporary house that shows many similarities with villas that arose around 1910 in and around The Hague.