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30 Prinsessegracht
Den Haag, ZH, 2514 AP

Museum Meermanno | Huis van het boek (vroeger Meermanno-Westreenianum) is het oudste boekenmuseum ter wereld. Het is gevestigd in het voormalige woonhuis van de stichter van het museum Willem Hendrik Jacob baron van Westreenen van Tiellandt (1783-1848) aan de Prinsessegracht in Den Haag en richt zich op het geschreven en gedrukte boek in al zijn vormen, in heden en verleden. De ontwikkeling van de vormgeving van zowel oude als moderne boeken staat daarbij centraal.


Venue for meetings and receptions

Organize a meeting or reception in the former residential of Baron Van Westreenen.

The central location in the heart of The Hague makes the monumental building a beloved location for many.

A variety of unique rooms are available for your business meetings and celebrations: the former coach house, the medieval scriptorium at the museum attic with its open-beam ceiling, the printer’s shop, and the lower level. Rooms can be reserved together or individually. The museum also has an ornamental garden in the French style, which can accommodate receptions when the weather allows.


This is a modern, fully-equipped location furnished with bookcases and adjoining the French garden.

Suitable for meetings (max. 25 people), receptions (max. 60 people) and presentations (max. 60 people).


The former museum kitchen can now be used for meetings (max. 20 people) during closing hours and is also a suitable space for parties, dinners, and receptions (max 50 people).


If you are looking for a more informal atmosphere, we suggest our charming attic scriptorium with its open-beam ceiling.

Suitable for meetings (max. 20 people), receptions (max. 70 people), presentations (max. 40 people) and dinner (max. 20 people).


To book our venue or for more information, please contact us via or 070-3462700.