The Hollandse Duinen National Park is located in South Holland, along the North Sea between the beach in Hoek van Holland until inland in Hillegom. It is close to major cities, such as The Hague. A unique area where estates, dunes, bulb fields, peat meadows, villages and towns alternate. It is extremely diverse, always different and full of experience. With a bit of luck you can see foxes, deer and seals. And that in the middle of the most populated area of the Netherlands.
Visitors of the Atrium of the City Hall in The Hague can get acquainted with the National Park Hollandse Duinen by doing the ‘treasure hunt’ of the game element. On the map of the area in the Atrium, young and old are looking for fun activities and beautiful places. Visitors are then activated to explore the Hollandse Duinen National Park on their own outside.
You can also get acquainted with the National Park Hollandse Duinen by participating in one of the activities during the Week of the National Park Hollandse Duinen.
For more information, go to www.nationaalparkhollandseduinen.nl (Dutch only).
Thank you for your interest in organising your activity in the Atrium!Click on the below Application Form button and enter your request.You will receive an answer within a fortnight.Application form