The Venue: Madurodam
As we are organising this conference in the Netherlands, the venue will be held at a special location which gives a true flavour of the Netherlands… Madurodam, located in the Hague near Scheveningen Beach, offers a great variety of Dutch highlights in a scenic outdoor miniature park.
George Maduroplein 1
2584 RZ Den Haag
T +31 (0)70 416 24 00
Catering: Dine between Dutch canal houses
The wonderful ‘Taste of Holland’ catering will do everything to welcome you and enjoy the Dutch cuisine.
The specially designed Dutch canal houses provide a cosy atmosphere for our Taste of Holland restaurant. These houses are also suitable as small break-out spaces.
Madurodam is located between the centre of The Hague and Scheveningen and is easily accessible by car or by public transport.
By public transport
By train to The Hague and then by tram or bus, which stops at the entrance
Madurodam is accessible from:
Den Haag Centraal Station: by tram 9 towards Scheveningen Noorderstrand, stop Madurodam
Hollands Spoor Station Den Haag: by tram 9 towards Scheveningen Noorderstrand, stop Madurodam
Scheveningen beach: by bus 22 towards Duinzigt, stop Plesmanweg or by tram 9 towards Vrederust, stop Madurodam
If you are arriving by car the parking isfree for visitors of the conferences.
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From Centrum (A12, A4):
Follow the signs for Madurodam to the ramp for the Hubertus viaduct. There you go right up the viaduct, stay on the right and take the next exit for Madurodam. At the end of the exit, turn left (under the viaduct) and the car park is on your right.
Discover Holland’s Highlight’s and Heritage
There is so much to see, discover and do at Madurodam. You become acquainted with the stories of the Netherlands in a delightful way. The models are exact replicas of special buildings and objects, on a scale of 1:25.
Madurodam consists of three themed areas: City Centre, Water World and Innovation Island.
The City Centre area shows how the Netherlands has grown from our old cities to the country we see today: characteristic, free and eccentric. You can still see the traces of these developments in the buildings, squares and streets, each with their own story.
In Water World, you discover how the Netherlands deals with water as a friend and as a foe. You can experience for yourself the hustle and bustle of the port of Rotterdam, view the workings of a watermill and operate the locks of the Oosterschelde barrier.
On Innovation Island, we demonstrate the international success of our entrepreneurial spirit and innovative strength. Our country excels in architecture, logistics, entertainment, sports and design.