CONTACT

Mailing address:
Kapelweg 55
2587 BK Den Haag

E-mail:
alles@dewaterkant.nl

Phone:
070 –  350 28 63

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Kvk: 27125470

BTW ID: NL001719482B18

Bank: NL79 ABNA 048 2654 163

ROUTE

By car from Utrechtsebaan (A’dam/R’dam) – Raamweg:

Follow the signs for Madurodam. Keep driving straight ahead, DO NOT go over the viaduct.
At Madurodam you do NOT turn left, but continue straight ahead towards Scheveningen over the Nieuwe Parklaan.
The first side street on the left is the Wagenaarweg, you turn into it and then you drive right on the park.
This is the Cremerweg. Caution! Paid parking has been introduced in this area as of June 1, 2021.

Missed? Then turn left at Nieuwe Duinweg, the first left is Kapelweg.
Paid parking is available there.

By public transport:

Take tram line 9 from Hollands Spoor Station or Central Station in the direction of Scheveningen to the Wagenaarweg stop (1 stop after Madurodam). Walk down this street to the entrance of the Westbroekpark (Cremerweg). Or take the next stop Nieuwe Duinweg and walk into Nieuwe Duinweg. The first side street on the left is the Kapelweg. The Westbroekpark begins at the end.

Walking from Westbroekpark-Cremerweg to WATERKANT:

Walk straight on the path into the park, cross the bridge, leave the path after the bridge and continue across the lawn. Walk on the left side of the lawn for about 300 meters until you reach a green gate. Go through the gate and turn left onto the path. You are now in the Rosarium, follow the path and: You are there.

Walking from Westbroekpark-Kapelweg to WATERKANT:

From the Kapelweg, turn right into the Rosarium, walk straight ahead for a short while and then turn left along the rose beds. On the left you will see a large restaurant with terrace. You keep walking straight across the grass for about 200 meters until you come across a path. There you turn right. Follow the path and: You are there.

By bike? Leave your bike in front of the green gate when you come through the park. Storing your bicycle at the Haringkade near the ferry is even better: then you always have a view of it.