The Hague Street Art Tour
Your free guide through The Hague’s largest public gallery
These Street Art Tours will guide you through The Hague’s city district Segbroek that contains up to 40 large street art works in public space and the Binckhorst street art District. Local, national and international artists painted these diverse works between 2009 and 2015, turning this district into the largest public gallery of The Hague.
The Hague Street Art, along with Gemeentemuseum and the city council realized a project where 2000 square meters of walls and electricity houses were spray-painted with street art to prevent illegal graffiti, posters and vandalism. This project helped the city district to become a cleaner, safer and more colorful environment for their residents.
On the Street Art Binckhorst route you can admire a variety of murals by local, national and international Street Art artists, sometimes in surprising places. Art has been applied to the walls of buildings, transformer houses, the pillars, lobby, elevator and rooms of the Teleport Hotel and in the prayer chapel at St. Barbara cemetery. The Street Art accentuates the raw edge of this innovative neighborhood in development. In setting it up, we collaborated with DPZ/Meldpunt Graffiti, companies/entrepreneurs and other users and residents of the Binckhorst.
Find out more about these unique art works, the artists, background, making process and cultural agenda on this website.
Would you like more information about The Hague Street Art? The platform for professional Street Art and Graffiti artists in The Hague region and the place where you can go with questions about legal practice areas, tours, workshops, commissions, exhibitions, etc. Than take a look at www.thehaguestreetart.nl
We hope you will enjoy taking this tour and appreciate the art that would normally be found hidden away in alleyways and tunnels.
See you on the streets!