Closing dinner in Ridderzaal / Knights' Hall is sold out

Please come to the congress desk if you want to be placed on the waiting list.

19.00 -22.00 hours

Without a doubt, the most eye-catching part of the Binnenhof is the Ridderzaal (Knights’ Hall).

This monumental building was erected in the 13th and 14th centuries as the castle of the Counts of Holland, although its current design was completed towards the end of the last century. The building that had been neglected for a long time was renovated under the leadership of Chief Government Architect C.H. Peters, reconstructing the great timber roof. P.J.H. Cuypers was involved in the renovation as an advisor and also designed the fountain in front of the Ridderzaal, which features a statue of the Dutch Count and Elector William II.

Address of the Knight's Hall: Hofweg 1, 2511 AA, The Hague



Price:                             € 60,00 includng VAT, contribution towards dinner

Leave for dinner:          18.15 PM, from Carlton Ambassador Hotel, we make a stop at the Hilton Hotel and after                                                       that we go to the dinner venue

End dinner:                    22.30 PM, bus brings you back to the Carlton Ambassador Hotel, we make a stop at the                                                       Hilton Hotel