airport_transferStylish promenade the Lange Voorhout hosts an antiques market of both variety and quality every Thursday and Sunday May to October. While Amsterdam is charming, The Hague is downright cosmopolitan and feels oh so European. But for shoppers, the most important thing about this square is the antiques market. From May until October, on Thursdays and Sundays, an antique and book market sets up selling the sort of brocante items you would expect to find on a stroll through Provence, France. On my last visit, I found some charming antique French stemware, an interesting painting straight off the fields of Flevoland and a great Prussian antique lithograph. This is not to mention the oodles of porcelain, interesting Indonesian art and scads of sculptures from Baroque to contemporary bohemian mixed media.
A day at the antique market & art exhibition @ Lange Voorhout, The Hague (Den Haag)
Antique and book market
We passed through here on our way to the palace and the Escher exhibit. Most of the books are in It is just by chance that we were scheduled to be in The Hague on Thursday which also happens to be Most of the books are in Dutch we don't speak but it was still fun to wander through. WE perused the old postcards and got one from our home village in
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Sunday September no Antique or Book Market The Hague! Because of the August 24 & 25, Art & Antiques The Hague: Kunst en Antiekdagen Den Haag.
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We passed through here on our way to the palace and the Escher exhibit. Most of the books are in It is just by chance that we were scheduled to be in The Hague on Thursday which also happens to be Most of the books are in Dutch we don't speak but it was still fun to wander through. WE perused the old postcards and got one from our home village in A small but interesting market with assorted items, all with European charm and generally reasonable prices. Pleasant time in the park, also some art, keepsakes.