14 September om 10:00 - 17:00
On 14/15 September it is also Open Monumentday in The Hague. The Binnenhof is open to the public on Saturdays. You can then visit the Ridderzaal (English: Hall of Knights) and the House of the Representatives. Keep an eye on the The Hague Open Monumentday website for current information and all opened locations, Including the Raad van State at the Kneuterdijk that was the former palace of Queen Anna Paulowna. And also the Hague Historical Museum and The Gevangenpoort (English: Prison Gate) are available free of charge on Saturdays. The Hague Historical Museum offers the exhibition Gloss, glory and misery of the Golden Age in The Hague and you can look at the Canon museum piece of the ‘Political murder’: the finger and toe of the murdered brothers De Witt.
On Sunday 15 September the general rehearsal Prinsjesdag will take place at the Binnenhof with 200 horses. This starts at 10.00 hours at Palace Noordeinde. Check the website of Prinsjesfestival for the Royal and Military ceremony. There are also various exercises on the Lange Voorhout on Saturday and Sunday.