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The Paleiskerk is a characteristic historic building in the center of The Hague, near Noordeinde Palace. The church was built in 1885-1886 in neo-Romanesque style to plans by architect K. Stoffels. The detached building is one of the rich late 19th century properties in the curved Paleisstraat. The church is now available for events of up to 200 people such as concerts, conventions, receptions and dinners.


Paleiskerk is wheelchair-friendly and all spaces can be reached by wheelchair and mobility scooter.

Street address: Paleisstraat 8