Directions The Hague Office
By public transport:
We can easily be reached by public transport. From 'Den Haag - Central Station' you can take trams 17 and 10 to the tram stop Statenplein or bus 24 to bus stop: Gemeentemuseum / Museon. From 'Den Haag - Station Holland’s Spoor' you can take tram 17 to the same tram stop Statenplein.
Buses and trams go in two directions. So be sure the destination of the tram or bus you take is either “Statenkwartier” for tram 10 or 17 and “Kijkduin” for bus 24.
The website www.htm.nl has information on all tram and bus routes in case of any changes.
Travelling from Amsterdam (A4), Rotterdam (A13) or Utrecht (A12)
Please follow the signs for Den Haag. Go to the end of Utrechtse Baan (A12). Turn left at the lights into Zuid-Hollandlaan, and at the next set of lights turn right into Raamweg. Turn right immediately after the first viaduct (Hubertus-viaduct).You will notice on your right Madurodam, The World Forum and finally the Omniversum.The Museon is located on the corner of President Kennedylaan and the Stadhouderslaan. At the lights please turn right onto the Stadhouderslaan, travel for about 300 meters and then turn left onto the Eisenhowerlaan. This brings you onto the Statenplein.
The Blue Lynx Office is no. 19; it is easily recognisable due to the “yellow” coloured bricks.
Travelling from Amsterdam via the A44
Please enter The Hague and follow the signs for Kijkduin and the Museon. Turn at the Kijkduin exit and then right onto the viaduct. Keep travelling straight until you see the Museon on your right. At the lights please turn right onto the Stadhouderslaan, travel for about 300 meters and then turn left onto the Eisenhowerlaan. This brings you onto the Statenplein.
Parking around the office is mostly free of charge. Directly opposite the office there is a “Parking Island”. If there is no space opposite the office you will find that one of the side streets will usually have space. Please make sure that you do not block any garage entrances in the area.
Public parking is also available on the Frederik Hendriklaan; however, it is important to note that this is not free parking.