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Louwman Museum

A world of inspiration and history. The Louwman Museum in The Hague houses a unique collection of 275 automobiles providing highlights throughout the history of the automobile. This is the oldest, private collection of historic cars so you and your guests will be able to take a spin, through more than 130 years of human progress, innovation, and design. 

  • A unique, one of kind collection of 275 rare highlights of automotive history.
  • The museum’s nine exquisitely designed rooms and can be used for an infinite variety of purposes.
  • This modern building can facilitate all of your event needs.
Leidsestraatweg 57
2594BB The Hague
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Step into the history of innovation  

Learn how automotive transportation has evolved through this one-of-a-kind collection of rare automobiles and memorabilia. This collection allows you to discover the advances in technology, design trends and changing social trends which emerged over time. Discover the first-ever electric vehicle, built more than a century ago! Along with many of the twentieth century’s most stunning automotive designs. 

Step into a unique location  

The full collection is housed in the Michael Graves-designed main museum building, located in an area of The Hague renowned for its grand estates. The museum covers an area of 16,000 square metres and is divided across three floors, making the space versatile for an infinite variety of purposes. 

Take advantage of the Louwman Museum’s unique setting to dazzle and inspire your guests at your next meeting, conference or convention, trade fair or exhibition, reception, dinner, or party. The museum’s nine exquisitely designed rooms offer all the amenities and facilities you need for your business event. Whether you’re hosting a presentation in the grand theatre, a gathering in one of the stylish meeting rooms, or are looking to book the museum for a private event. 


Louwman Museum
Leidsestraat 57
2594BB The Hague

T +31 (0) 70 304 73 73
E [email protected]
W www.louwmanmuseum.nl

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