Contact details

Visiting address

  • Juliana van Stolberglaan 1
  • 2595 CA The Hague
  • The Netherlands


The Royal Conservatoire has limited opening hours at a few locations. View the measures that the Royal Conservatoire is taking with regard to the current lockdown via

Royal Conservatoire
Monday to Friday 07.30 am - 10.30 pm
Saturday 09.00 am - 08.30 pm
Sunday 10.00 am- 05.30 pm

Library, including study facilities:
Monday to Friday from 10.00 am to 06.00 pm
Closed Saturdays and Sundays

Overview for academic year 2021-2022.

Prinsegracht 27, 2512 EW The Hague
Monday to Friday from 09.00 am to 06.00 pm
Closed Saturdays and Sundays

Click here for an holiday overview of the academic year 2021/2022 (School for young Talent, Bachelor and Master)

    Juliana van Stolberglaan 1
    2595 CA The Hague
    Telephone (+31) (0)70 3151515

    The Royal Conservatoire can be reached by car, train, tram, and Randstadrail (light rail).

    Coming from the A12 take exit 2 for the Royal Conservatoire and turn right at the first traffic lights. The conservatoire is directly on your right.

    The Royal Conservatoire has its own parking spaces, but these are reserved for staff. Only by appointment, and only when available, visitors can use the parking spaces. There is sufficient parking in the vicinity of the conservatoire (payed up until 12 PM).

    Directly from Schiphol
    Visitors who arrive at Schiphol airport (Amsterdam) take a direct train to station Den Haag Centraal (± 30 minutes journey), from here it is about a 10 minute walk.

    Tram no. 2 (in the direction of Leidschendam Noord) or tram no. 6 (in the direction of Leidschendam Leidsenhage) both stop near the conservatoire (stop: Ternoot).

    Also the Randstad-rail lines 3 and 4 in the direction of Zoetermeer stop near the conservatoire. Get off at the Beatrixkwartier stop.

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    The Royal Conservatoire asks you to:

    • Not to skate, roller-skate or scoot in the building. This also applies to (your) children.
    • Throw rubbish, paper, food scraps and other waste materials in the appropriate waste bins;
    • Not to leave (plastic) bags, suitcases and packages unattended;
    • Keep access doors and passageways clear so that you do not disturb other people;
    • Not to bring in dogs unless this is an official service dog (such as a guide dog). Other (pets) animals are also not allowed in;
    • Not to carry or use any weapons (cutting, striking, stabbing or firearms);
    • Not to smoke (tobacco or electronic cigarette) or use drugs;
    • Not being under the influence of or dealing in alcohol or drugs in the building;
    • Not to use crude or discriminatory language;
    • Do not destroy or throw objects;
    • Do not bring or set off fireworks;
    • It is also not allowed to use the building as a sleeping or resting area;
    • Not to threaten, intimidate, or use physical violence to other people. Physical violence can include kicking, hitting, spitting, grabbing, pinching, pulling hair, throwing objects and the like;
    • Don't bother other people.