RKD Netherland Institute for art History
Prins Willem Alexanderhof 5 (Royal Library (KB)-complex)2595 BE The HagueThe Netherlands
The RKD is open from Tuesday till Friday from 10.00 till 17.00 hours.
Monday 2 April (Easter Monday)Friday 27 April (Kingsday)Thursday 10 May (Ascension Day)Monday 21 May (Whit Monday)Tuesday 25 December until Tuesday 1 January 2019 (New Year's Day)
Day pass € 3,00Week pass € 9,00Annual pass € 30,00
RKD Friends and students (on display of student card) receive a 50% discount on the above-mentioned fees.
RKD FoundationP.O. Box 904182509 LK The HagueThe Netherlands
T: 070 3339777E: firstname.lastname@example.orgThe RKD is accessible for wheelchair users.
The Royal Library (Koninklijke Bibliotheek (KB)) complex in which the RKD resides is situated between Central Station The Hague and the Utrechtse Baan (A12) in The Hague.
Take the train, tram or bus to The Hague Central Station. From there take the side exit next to platform 12 (platform for Randstadrail). Walk straight ahead and you will reach the entrance to the Royal Library (KB). The RKD is located on the ground floor. The pedestrian’s route may change temporarily due to building work around The Hague Central Station. Plan your journey ahead on the website ov9292.nl or use the train planner ns.nl.
At Central Station cycle around New Babylon and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. At the back of the ministry you will see the Royal Library (KB complex) on the right hand side. You can make use of the unattended cycle parking facility at the right of the entrance. Due to building work around The Hague Central Station this route could change slightly.
Route A4, A12 and A13. At the Prins Clausplein follow the signs for Den Haag Centrum via de Utrechtsebaan (A12). Take the exit Den Haag Centrum and follow the signs for Prins Clauslaan (parallel to the highway) until you reach the Theresiastraat (directly after the second bridged building). Take a left here and you will reach the entrance of the RKD. Plan your journey ahead with the ANWB route planner.
Route A4-N44. On the A4 travelling from Amsterdam you will reach the N44 at Wassenaar. Once in The Hague (see sign for Den Haag) follow the Benoordenhoutseweg until you get to the crossing Boslaan-Jozef Israëlslaan and take a left here. Don’t take the Utrechtsebaan but instead take a direct right into the service road (Boslaan). Take a right at the second set of traffic light and you will arrive at the RKD entrance. Plan your journey ahead with the ANWB route planner.
There are paid parking facilities in the vicinity (Theresiastraat for example) or in the parking garage CS/New Babylon close to Central Station (Prinses Irenestraat). Another possibility is the free parking below Voorburg Station (take the Voorburg exit directly after the Prins Clausplein) and then take a train to The Hague Central Station.