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All reviews clingendael park few weeks per year spring and autumn different colors couple of weeks full bloom big park beautiful park certain times nice walk public transportation central station sunny day worth a visit den haag azaleas
It is only for a brief period that this garden is open to the general public in summer and in autumn. The garden is intimate, romantic and has different locations where you can imagine to be in Japan. The walk along the route in the...More
Even though the Japanese garden has gained more and more visitors over the years, there are still days that can offer a less crowded experience. The beauty and tranquillity of this garden can't be found in any public garden around The Hague. Definitely a must...More
The japanese garden is open only for 2 periods during the year. Spring (April to June) and Autumn (October.
Lady Daisy after a trip to Japan, brought back to the Netherlands a number of lanterns, a water cask, sculptures, the little bridges. It is the...More
Visiting the Japanese garden is very special. The beautful flowers especially azalea's and trees (cypresses), various ferns and shrubs with coloured leaves it is all very beautiful. There also is a pond with waterlelies and moss around it, a small bridge and a teahouse where...More
A relatively authentic Japanese strolling garden in Europe! The mossy paths reminded me of Kokedera, the moss garden outside Kyoto, but since there is no main building this garden lacks focus. There is a small central pavilion, flanked by a couple of vermilion bridges, and...More
When you live very close to some attractions/destinations, the tendency is you put off visiting knowing that they are always there. The first time I visited Clingendael estate was in 2004. It was peaceful and beautiful but I failed to go back again after that,...More