Built in the 13th century, Binnenhof is a gothic castle situated along the lake, Hofvijver. The collection of buildings is now used as the office of the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, as well as for the States General of the Netherlands, and Ministry of General Affairs. The structure is rich with Dutch heritage and is the oldest in-use House of Parliament in the world. Take a boat ride on the lake to get a waterfront view of the exquisite court, or get a close-up view from the mainland. For a small fee, you can make a reservation for a guided-tour of the interior. Roam the halls while learning about the exciting history that has taken place at Binnenhof.
Opening Hours: 10:00am-4:00pm Monday-Saturday
Watch out for: most tours conducted in Dutch