Contact

Postal address

PO Box 93144
2509 AC The Hague

Visiting Address

Centre Court
Prinses Beatrixlaan 2
2595 AL  The Hague
52.0815255 N , 4.333638999999948 E

Telephone: 088 042 4500 
e-mail: info@spaceoffice.nl
internet: www.spaceoffice.nl
 

How to reach us

By public transport
From The Hague Central Station, take tram 2 towards Leidschendam Leidsenhage or tram 6 towards Leidschendam Noord). Get off at the first stop (Ternoot) and take the escalator down. Across the street, you will see the orange-coloured building in which the Netherlands Space Office is located. The entrance at Prinses Beatrixlaan 2 is on the right around the corner.

By car
From Utrecht (A12) / Rotterdam (A13) and Amsterdam (A4):
Follow Voorburg / Den Haag (junction ‘Prins Clausplein’). Take exit 2 Den Haag Centrum. At the end of the slip road, turn right at the traffic lights. You will be on the Juliana van Stolberglaan. After the next set of traffic lights, you will see Juliana van Stolberglaan 3, where the entrance to the parking garage is located. You can park your car in this garage if you have arranged that in advance.

If you drive an electric car, then you can make use of a charging point near the Netherlands Space Office; see www.oplaadpunten.nl or www.laad.nl for their locations.

By OV-fiets (rental bike)
From The Hague Central Station:
You can rent an OV-fiets at the secure bicycle rack facility at Central Station. Cross the square and turn right into the Bezuidenhoutseweg. After 300 metres, you will see the street Emmapark. Cycle into that street - it later becomes the Adelheidstraat. After you have cycled under the elevated tram track, you will see the orange-coloured building Centre Court that houses the Netherlands Space Office on your left-hand side.

From Den Haag Laan van NOI train station:
At the exit of the station, turn left towards the centre of The Hague. After 50 metres, you will find the OV-fiets in automatic OV-fiets lockers. Cycle along the Laan van Nieuw Oost‑Indië. After 200 metres, turn left into the Juliana van Stolberglaan (the tram also takes this road). After 150 metres, you will see the orange-coloured building Centre Court that houses the Netherlands Space Office on your left-hand side.