Welcome to Panorama Mesdag!
Panorama Mesdag gives you a 360 degree vista of the sea, the dunes and the fishing village of Scheveningen as it was in 1881. Step back in time and experience a unique view of our cultural heritage – the oldest 19th century panorama in the world on its original site. This cylindrical painting, more than 14 meters high and 120 meters in circumference, was painted by one of the most important painters of the The Hague School, Hendrik Willem Mesdag, with help from his friends.
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This is The Hague | Production: Starsound Productions | Music: Tim Akkerman
Current exhibtion | Louis Apol on Nova Zembla
Panorama Mesdag presents an adventurous expedition to Nova Zembla, depicted by nineteenth-century artist Louis Apol. For the first time ever since 1955, so many ‘travel works’ will be on display together. In 1880, artist Louis Apol (1850-1936) from The Hague joined a scientific expedition to Nova Zembla.
Monday – Saturday: 10.00 – 17.00 hours
Sunday and public holidays: 11.00 – 17.00 hours
Panorama Mesdag is closed on December 25th and January 1st.
Admission for wheelchairs by appointment only. Guided tours and special arrangements for groups on request.
|Children (4-11 years)||€ 5,50|
|Scholars / Students / CJP||€ 9,00|
|Museum Card (Museumkaart) / ICOM||admission free|
The following combination tickets are available for same-day visits:
|Panorama Mesdag and Museum Beelden aan Zee||€ 18,50|
|Panorama Mesdag and Escher in het Paleis||€ 10,50 – € 17,00|
|Panorama Mesdag and Madurodam||€ 24,00|
|Panorama Mesdag and Muzee Scheveningen||€ 13,50|
|Panorama Mesdag and Omniversum||€ 12,50 € – 19,00|
|Panorama Mesdag and Louis Couperus museum||€ 11,50|
Groups of 15 persons and more: € 9,00 (per person)
For more information about the permanent collection and the Panorama itself you can rent an audioguide at € 1,- at the entrance.Lees meer