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museum Beelden aan Zee

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The museum Beelden aan Zee at Scheveningen is dedicated to sculpture. The focus is on modern and contemporary international sculpture, especially after World War II.
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Antal
Antal
November 9, 2019
Hidden in the Scheveningen dunes, like a jewel in the sand, lies the Beelden aan Zee museum ('Sculptures by the Sea'). The museum focuses exclusively on contemporary sculpture. Beelden aan Zee is a private museum, run by a large group of enthusiastic volunteers and supported by a group of friends…
Laurens
Laurens
October 15, 2019
Go to the museum but also explore the cool little comical statues outside along the boulevard. Great way to explore the beach and see Scheveningen.
Kristen
Kristen
September 13, 2019
Museum Beelden aan Zee is the only Dutch museum that focuses exclusively on contemporary international sculpture. Uniquely situated just off the boulevard of Scheveningen, many of the museum's terraces and presentation rooms overlook the North Sea.
Maarten
Maarten
June 15, 2018
Uniquely built underneath Societeit de Witte. Different high quality expo's..
Sara
Sara
May 3, 2018
Beautifull building and exhibitions that are worth to visit.

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Location
1 Harteveltstraat
Den Haag, 2586 EL
Phone070 358 5857
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 10:00 AM
Credit cards
Yes
Wifi
Free
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