How accessible is this location?
A visit to Soestdijk Palace is a unique experience. Visitors are mainly shown the most formal and oldest part of the palace, i.e., the period rooms where guests used to be formally received. In addition, a few private rooms used by the palace's most recent occupants are on display. In addition, visitors will learn all there is to know about the palace where Queen Juliana (reigned 1948-1980) and Prince Bernhard lived for a long time. Where possible, the original look of the place was retained.
The building is a very authentic palace, which was constantly inhabited for nearly seventy years. As a result, it is an interesting part of our cultural heritage.
Tours and guided tours
Visitors are welcome to join guided tours of the palace during opening hours. Naturally, they are also allowed to visit the palace independently, withouth joining a guided tour. Guides are on hand in several period rooms to provide more information.
- every Mondayclosed
- every Tuesdayclosed
- every Wednesdayclosed
- every Thursdayclosed
- every Fridayfrom 11:00 to 17:00
- every Saturdayfrom 11:00 to 17:00
- every Sundayfrom 11:00 to 17:00