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Below you will find all information on our contact details and route descriptions for public transport or travelling by car.

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Beeld & Geluid in Den Haag
Zeestraat 82
2518 AD Den Haag

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Zeestraat 82
2518AD Den Haag

Public transport

For information on public transport, visit the website 9292.nl.
The nearest stops are at Mauritskade, Javastraat / Alexanderplein.

From The Hague Central Station (Den Haag Centraal):
Public transport bike: click here for the current status of available bicycles

Bus: take line 22, 24 or 28 (from The Hague Central Station)
If you take bus 22, exit at the stop Mauritskade or Javastraat.
If you take bus 24, exit at the stop Mauritskade/ Alexanderplein.
If you take bus 28, exit at the stop Alexanderplein.

From the station The Hague Hollands Spoor:
Public transport bike: click here for the current status of available bicycles
Tram 1 stops at Mauritskade.

By car

From the A12 motorway and N44, follow Utrechtsebaan in the direction of Javastraat or Mauritskade.
Sound & Vision in The Hague borders on the ‘gateway’ to the city at Zeestraat 82.

Parking

Parking places are available at Plein 1813 (paid parking)
Or in the parking garage at Q Park Mauritskade/Zeestraat (Mauritskade 4).

Plan your route with Google Maps:

From here it’s a 3-minute walk to Sound & Vision in The Hague.

Contact

General

General: 070 330 7500

Algemeen e-mail address: info.denhaag@beeldengeluid.nl

Business

Business: 070 330 7575

Business e-mail address: events.denhaag@beeldengeluid.nl

Collection
Collection e-mail address:
collectie.denhaag@beeldengeluid.nl

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When visiting Sound & Vision in The Hague, your health and safety and at that of our employees come first. See which measures we have taken.

Accessibility

Sound & Vision in The Hague is accessible for wheelchair users and disabled persons.

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