Queer Guide of The Hague

The Hague is a city with a relaxed atmosphere, where bi+, pansexual,  transgender, intersex, non-binary, queer, asexual, lesbian and gay people should be able to feel at home easily. To help you with that, we developed the informal Queer Guide of The Hague. Which are the places to hang out for LGBT+QIAP and non-binary persons and their friends? Where can you find support and community groups? Check out our list of favorites. 

Where to have a drink?
Where to enjoy your lunch?
Where to snack?
Where to go for dinner?
Where to party?
Where to meet other lgbt+qiap and non-binary people?
Where to meet lesBian and queer women?
Where to meet transgender people?
Where to meet LGBTIQ+ students and university employees?
Where to meet LGBT seniors?
What to read?
Which queer podcasts made in The Hague to listen to?
Other queer podcasts we also recommend?
Where to get counselling or coaching?
Where to find queer friendly housing?
Where to find LGBTI+ symbols in public space?
Where to get training in LGBTI+ topics?
Where to file a complaint for discrimination?
Where to do sports?
Where to sing?
Where to shop?
Where to swap?
Where to find queer friends who enjoy bdsm, kink and cruising?

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Coffee with rainbow sugar.

Where to have a drink?

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Queer aan Zee
Informal meetup for LGBTIQ++ people in The Hague and surroundings. An open, social space for drinks and activities (hiking, theater/film, festivals, parties). Meeting every last Saturday of the month in Brouwerij De Prael. We start at 4pm and break up when it feels right. Our saying: ‘A stranger is just a friend you haven’t met yet.’

Café ‘t Achterom [Achterom 22a, The Hague] 🏳️‍🌈
Cosy, informal gay café. Here your glass is always half full.

COC Haaglanden [Scheveningseveer 7, The Hague] 🏳️‍🌈
Non-profit café COC Haaglanden organises activities for LGBTIQ+ people and allies, such as dinner, and sharing circles. They have groups for example for queer students in Philautia, international LGBTI+ people in the International Social Club, LGBTQ youngsters age from 12 to 18 years in Jong & Out Haaglanden, autistic LGBT people in the AutiRoze Café, open minded girls and women in DARE, and transgender and non-binary folks in the Gendercafé. They also give information in schools about sexual and gender identity.

De Landman [Denneweg 48, The Hague] 🏳️‍🌈
One of the oldest pubs in The Hague, anno 1762. Popular among gay men, civil servants and expats. Cosy, full of kitsch and the entire Dutch royal family on the wall.

De Vink [Schoolstraat 28, The Hague] 🏳️‍🌈
The Hague’s oldest gay bar is always packed with a young crowd that comes to have a drink after work, having fun on Dutch music.

Where to enjoy your lunch?

‘t Achterommetje [Achterom 71, The Hague]
Cosy lunchroom painted in lively colours. A hidden pearl in the centre of the city that serves delicious food.

Bookstor [Noordeinde 39, The Hague]
A place where people meet and stories are shared. They have coffee and cake.

Juni café [Riviervismarkt 5, The Hague]
Breakfast and lunch café in Het Nutshuis in the center of The Hague. Enjoy their freshly made delicacies.

Scallywags Lunchroom & Diner [Haagsche Bluf Passage 16-18, The Hague] 🏳️‍🌈
Heart of London in The Hague. Dishes are prepared according to English recipes.

Where to snack?

Bram Ladage [Spuistraat 72, The Hague]
‘We are not a snack bar, but do something beautiful with a potato.’ Every day fresh potatoos baked in 100% vegetable soybean oil.

De Vegetarische Snackbar [Stationsplein 5a, The Hague]
Serves meatless snacks only; drinks mainly organic and fries baked in rice oil.

Where to go for dinner?

AtTheBeach [Zuiderstrand, Strandslag 8, The Hague] 🏳️‍🌈
In the middle of a nude beach. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, party , surf & yoga.

Bogor Roemah Makan [Van Swietenstraat 2, The Hague]
Bogor looks like cosy dining room. Here you can eat Indonesian food in a relaxed atmosphere.

Stichting Centrum [Villa K, Violenweg 2, The Hague]
Cultural Free Zone Villa K is a home for a international interdisciplinary group of artist living and working together. Next to the artistic program, Villa K organises a bi-monthly dinner café.

Conscious Kitchen [Witte de Withstraat 127, The Hague]
Initiative that focuses on rescuing food around the Hague and cooking plant-based dinners.

Hagedis [Waldeck Pyrmontkade 116, The Hague]
Restaurant that serves delicious organic vegetarian dishes. Beer from local breweries.

Het Puntje [Noorderstrand, Zwarte Pad 2, Scheveningen]
At the end of Northern part of Scheveningen beach. Tasty food on a local basis. Relaxed, unpretentious atmosphere. Near nudebeach. No nudism allowed on the terrace.

Vegane Glorie [Douzastraat 1, The Hague]
Vegan restaurant. Serves plant based, organic food and drinks.

Water en Brood [Beatrijsstraat 12, The Hague]
Serves biological food from Wednesday to Saturday. Please, call +31 (0)70 3997455 to reserve your seat for a delicious vegan diner.

Where to party?

NEW GELIKT
A closing summer party for gays and friends. On the beach of Scheveningen.

Pann on Tour (Event currently not being organised in The Hague.)
Party for LGBTIQA++ youngsters. Sometimes on tour, located on Scheveningen beach. Guaranteed a highlight of your summer!

Parish Queer Night
Underground queer minded club night in The Hague, bringing you back to where it all began. Let’s house baby. Let’s freak your body. Side by side, no divide. In PiP Den Haag.

The Hague Pride Walk (Event currently not being organised in The Hague.)
Dancing in the streets, celebrating sexual and gender diversity, and giving a visible signal that we are queer, we’re here and can be ourselves in The Hague. Remember: Pride was a Protest!

The Hague Rainbow Festival
Organises the Manjefiek Merge Party, a hysterical gay party in The Hague for everyone to enjoy.

The Utopia Ball x Fashion Shows (Event currently not being organised in The Hague.)
Sparkling queer ballroom dance event, with fashion design show, voguing and competition. Sometimes organised in The Hague.

Where to meet other lgbt+qiap and non-binary people?

AVEN Forum – News about more asexual friendly activities besides Queer aan Zee.

bartalk dh – A lecture-performance-storytelling series in The Grey Space in the Middle in The Hague. Often queer speakers.

beuys bois – An international queer art collective that cares about community building and documenting the cultural contributions of queer beings. Their programme involves community-driven events, performances, exhibitions and more.

De Boot Den Haag – Monthly LGBTIQ party on canal boat & in cafe de Pakschuit.

Bi+ Nederland – For people who love more than one sex/gender: bi+/bisexual, pan, queer. In the bi+ groep on Facebook they encourage organising local meetups. They also have a chapter for Bi+ people under 30, Bi+ Jong.

Christenqueer – Association for Christian LGBTI people. The group for region West sometimes organises activities in or near The Hague.

Filmhuis Den Haag – Often an LGBTQ film to enjoy. 💕

Gay Expats in The Hague – Facebook group for foreign LGBTI+ expats in The Hague. Unfortunately it’s 90% spam there.

Gender Defenders – For LGBTQIA+ teenagers and youngsters in The Hague, especially non-binary and trans youth.

Gendercafé Den Haag – Cosy evening for trans and non-binary people, their family and friends in COC Haaglanden cafe.

The Grey Space in the Middle – A queer project and presentation space for fundamental creativity, music and performance venue and cafe.

The Hang-Out 070 – Place for queer youngsters of colour and diverse cultural backgrounds in The Hague. Organisor of discussion panels, performance art, book readings, queer poetry, movie and dance nights.

Hindostaans en Queer – Platform for queer Hindustani & allies.

Hiv association The Hague – Weekly lunch in COC Haaglanden for people living with hiv.

Kringen Haaglanden – A ‘Kring’ (circle) is a group of gay, lesbian and/or bisexual people who meet once a month, at one of their member’s home.

LGBT Refugees Den Haag – For LGBT refugees and their supporters in The Hague for the feeling of empowerment and community, thru gatherings and meetings.

Meetup.com: Gay & LesBian Social Zuid-Holland – Group on meetup.com that sometimes organises a drink in a café or on a terrace.

NEW Meetup.com: LGBTQ+ Meetups 070 – Group on meetup.com that sometimes goes to the movies together.

Men in Touch NL – Massage, contact, touch, mindfulness meetups for men. Sometimes they hold a meetup in The Hague.

NEW Nonbinair Den Haag – Facebook group for people in The Hague, who are/feel non-binary, are questioning their gender, and exploring their gender expression. Main language Dutch.

Nonbinair (Nederlands) – Facebook group for people who are/feel non-binary, are questioning their gender, and exploring their gender expression. Many members from The Hague. Main language Dutch.

Opstand Den Haag – A space in The Hague with a library for anarchist literature. They organise info events, film screenings, and social & discussion groups (trans & ace).

Orpheus Nederland – Support group for people who have to deal with gay, lesbian or bi+ feelings of themselves or their partner in their heterosexual relationship. Group meets in The Hague every 3rd Wednesday of the month.

Pathé Pride Night – Every 1st Wednesday of the month they show a gay movie. Join the Pathé Pride Night community on meetup.com.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Queer aan Zee – Informal drinks and in- and outdoor activities group for LGBT+QIAP and non-binary people in The Hague. For updates like, follow or visit the Facebook page, Instagram, Twitter or the website – You’re here 😃

NEW Queer is Here – Upcoming LGBTQ+ platform in The Hague.

Queer The Hague – Platform for all queers of The Hague to unite, create, support and promote each other. Makes it easier to find each other, come together and have fun.

Roze Règâhs – The LGBT soccer fanclub of ADO Den Haag. 100% for ADO Den Haag, 100% against homonegativity!

NEW Stichting Queer Mind – Fights for a The Hague where we can love and be who we want. Campaigns for rainbow path, holds LGBTI Dialogues Café and establishes an LGBTI shelter.

Where to meet lesBian and queer women?
Women are female humans who self identify as such.

Bijou Women’s Group – Activities for bi+ women of 30 years or older from all over The Netherlands. Meetups are often in Zoetermeer or somewhere else in the Randstad.

Damespad (Ladies Path) – Announcements for walks and hiking tours for women, sometimes in the province of South Holland. Plus information about the route Damespad Zuid-Holland.

DARE – Women’s group holds meetups and workshops in COC Haaglanden.

De Heksenketel – Women’s choir, group of mostly lesBian and some straight women with a passion for singing.

Celebration of International Women’s Day The Hague – The municipality of The Hague throws a festival to celebrate International Women’s Day on or near March 8th. Usually LBTIQ+ are representated in the programme.

Girl Gone International – Local chapter in The Hague of a global community offering friendship to H & LBTIQ+ women and non-binary people living far from home.

Kringen Haaglanden – They usually have a few women’s circles (‘vrouwenkring’).

L-World – Social, fun ander sportive events for lesbian, bi+, trans, intersex and queer women.

Mil Colores – For LBTIQ+ women from multi ethnic identities. Attend their workshops, or join their annual party in The Hague. Dance, meet, flirt, eat. ❣

The Parliament of Pain – Roller Derby League in The Hague: join one of their women’s teams!

De Potige Dames – Women’s hiking club. Sometimes they plan a walking route close to The Hague.

De Rotterdamse Wandeldames – Group of lesBian+ women who love hiking. Sometimes they plan a walking route close to The Hague. Contact: rotterdamsedames [at] hotmail.com

Stuurloos – Women’s cyclists group. Monthly tours, sometimes near The Hague.

Where to meet transgender and non-binary people?

Gender Defenders – For LGBTQIA+ teenagers and youngsters in The Hague, especially trans and non-binary youth.

Gendercafé Den Haag – cosy, monthly evening in COC Haaglanden cafe for transgender and (other) gender non-binary people, their family and friends.

Nonbinair (Nederlands) – Facebook group for people who are/feel non-binary. Main language is Dutch.

Trans-portation – a queer bicycle gang! A project by beuys bois and Opstand Den Haag.

You can also attend meetings held by the Jongensuur (sometimes holds meetups in The Hague), Transcafé RotterdamTransgendergroep Leiden or the Transgendercircle in Sassenheim.

Where to meet LGBTIQ+ students and university employees?

NEW De Haagse Regenboog – LGBTQ+ network for queer students, employees and allies at The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
LGBT group @ ISS The Hague
– Sexual Diversity Committee of ISS (International Institute of Social Studies), The Hague.
LGBT+ Network Leiden University – For LGBTQ staff and students, also on Campus The Hague.
Philautia – For LGBTIQ+ students in Delft and The Hague.
Queer KABK – Queer society Royal Academy of Art, The Hague.
Queer Leiden University – Connecting queer people at Leiden University and beyond.

Where to meet LGBT seniors?

Roze Soos Samen [Dienstencentrum Copernicus, Daguerrestraat 16, The Hague] – Expect modest gay guys as drag queens who do playback performances in a community center, and you’re there.
Zilveruitjes [COC Haaglanden, Scheveningseveer 7, The Hague] – Activities like drinks, dinner, movie screenings, music performances and art gallery visits.

What to read?

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Queer aan Zee newsletter – Regularly irregular newsletter written in an informal style about Queer aan Zee activities. To add your email to our mailing list, please contact us.

Offline
The Gay Issue – Magazine about their love for men, available in kiosks in the Netherlands and Belgium (Dutch).
Gay News – Bilingual magazine in Dutch and English, available in gay cafes and queer bookstores.
Hello Gorgeous – Magazine for everyone who lives with hiv (Dutch, and once a year each summer it’s also published in English).
TRANS – Independent annual magazine about gender identity (Dutch).
Winq Magazine – Lifestyle magazine for men who love men (Dutch).

Online
Chemsex NL – Mini magazine for men having sex with men (Dutch).
Het Continuum – Online magazine about gender diversity and transgender (Dutch).
Expreszo – Online queer youth magazine (Dutch).
De GayKrant – Online LGBT news, interviews, and blogs (Dutch).
Harlot – Platform for sexual freedom – A layered perspective on sexual emancipation. Powered by One World, journalism for an honest and sustainable world (Dutch).
Lilith – Feminist journalistic platform and zine (Dutch).
Tijdschrift Lover – Online feminist magazine (Dutch).
Vice NL – Online, many articles about sexual and gender identity (Dutch).
ZijaanZij.nl – Online magazine for women who love women (Dutch).

Which queer podcasts made in The Hague to listen to?
All podcasts are in Dutch, unless otherwise stated.

So Queer Den Haag – Podcast by the COC Haaglanden. By Diana Comijs.
Spectrum – Queer BIPOC experiences and activism. By Riyaz Luvz.

👉 To the longlist of recommended, Dutch queer podcasts.

Where to get counselling or coaching?

#Taboe [Eekhoornrade 215, Den Haag]. #Taboe makes sensitive issues, like sexuality, negotiable. You can go to the confidants of #Taboe with your thoughts, feelings and problems.

NEW Annemiek van Soest – Het echte gesprek [Paganinidreef 42, Voorschoten] –  For anyone who is longing for The Real Talk. She’s specialised in coaching seniors.

NEW Elza de Bruin [The Hague] – Coach and artist. Gives familiy and system constellations.

Centrum Seksuele Gezondheid (Centre for Sexual Health) [Westeinde 128 next to GGD Haaglanden, The Hague] – For example for your (regular) STI test(s) (free-of-charge).

Consultation hour at Spot 46. [Herengracht 46a, The Hague] – For transgender sex workers. Every first Friday of the month 13.00-15.00. The consultation is free, no appointment needed. Host: Transgender Netwerk Nederland (TNN).

Genderpraatjes. Youth line. Your gender identity may raise many questions, but you are never alone.

Hofje van Pauw [Paardenmarkt 54, Delft] – Haptotherapy, stressmanagement, relationship therapy and coaching.

JIP Haaglanden [Amsterdamse Veerkade 17A, The Hague] – For youngsters. Their info, advice and support is free, confidential and reliable.

Luisterlijn [phone, chat, mail] – They listen to you. Day and night.

NA-Anonieme Verslaafden Nederland [online] – Unit The Hague. Are you recovering from the consequences of an addiction? Join the anonymous addiction Rainbow group on Sundays.

Olivia Brouillette – Therapy with Olivia [Waldorpstraat 17 – 4th floor, The Hague] – Counselling & psychotherapy services in English.

Peter Paffrath Counselling [Surinamestraat 24 – 2nd floor, The Hague] – Counselling & psychotherapy services in English.

PSYNT [President Kennedylaan 19, The Hague] The psychotherapists provide counseling in English, French, Russian, Ukrainian, and Armenian.

PsyQ [Lijnbaan 4, The Hague] PsyQ Sexology & Transgender Care offers help with: sexual dysfunctions (lack of sex drive, arousal and orgasm problems, pain during sex), hypersexuality (too much sex drive, obsessed with sex, addicted to sex), paraphilic disorders (special sexual preferences that affect oneself), gender dysphoria (dissatisfaction with the gender assigned at birth), egodystone sexual orientation (problems with one’s own homosexuality, heterosexuality or bisexuality).

PsyTrans PsyTrans offers transgender care in Apeldoorn and Groningen. However, their clients come from all over the country and they also see people via video calling.

Social Work COC Haaglanden [Scheveningseveer 7, The Hague] – Free counselling about your LGBTIQ+ issues.

Tijs Breuer – Neptunus Wellbeing [Westbroekse Binnenweg 56A, Tienhoven] – Massage, coaching, body work, tantra, grief process. Holds practice in The Hague sometimes.

Tika Stardust – offers social-erotic services for people with a physical or mental disability.

NEW Tirza Maria van Leeuwaarde (in training) [The Hague] – integrated psychotherapy.

William Slotboom – B-Lifecoaching [Industriekade 27, Sassenheim] – Expert in gender identity. His specialty is guiding men who want to express their feminine side.

👉 See for more LGBTIQ+-friendly counsellors the hub Roze Hulpverlening: rozehulpverlening.nl. Select ‘Den Haag’.
👉 See for specific trans health care the Transgender Zorgkaart for The Netherlands and Belgium: transgenderzorgkaart.nl. Select ‘Den Haag’.

Where to find queer friendly housing?

Homes for Queers in Randstad area – Facebook group for all the Queers of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht to help you find lovely housemates and safe happy homes.

Where to find LGBTI+ symbols in public space?

And Life is Over There – Sculpture by Femmy Otten. Where to find: corner Spui and Grote Marktstraat, in front of the Intersport store, The Hague. Bronze. Unveiled in 2017. In the totem-like image, the male and the female merge. It’s a statement for freedom of thought. Everything may be there, even if it’s different.

International Homo Monument – Artwork by Theo ten Have. Where to find: Koekamp, Laan van Reagan en Gorbatsjov, side Prinsessegracht, The Hague. Steel. Unveiled in 1993. Serves as a commemoration for all lesbian women and gay men, anywhere in the world, persecuted or oppressed because of their sexual orientation, in the past and in the present.

Louis Couperus – Artwork by Kees Verkade. Where to find: Lange Voorhout, The Hague. Bronze statue on a natural stone pedestal. Unveiled in 1998. Louis Couperus (1863-1923) is a famous Dutch author and considered as a gay person.

NEW Regenboog bank – A colourful rainbow bench in Huijgenspark of Stationsbuurt Den Haag. Because ‘let’s talk’.

Regenboog bank – A colourful rainbow bench in the outdoor shopping centre of Loosduinen. Because ‘everybody can and should be themselves’.

Regenboog bank XL – A large rainbow sofa in front of the International Homo Monument on the Laan van Reagan en Gorbatsjov, The Hague.

Regenboog picknick tafel – Rainbow picnic table in Prinsenhof, Leidschendam-Voorburg.

Regenboog zebrapad – Rainbow crossing on the Bezuidenhoutseweg near railway station The Hague Central.

Where to get training in LGBTI+ topics?

COC Haaglanden Voorlichting – LGBTI+ volunteers give guest lessons on sexual identity and gender diversity in schools.

Movisie – Their devision LGBTI-emancipation develops tools and elearning for making a success of your rainbow municipality and province.

Peer to Peer Intervention – Educators from Stichting Peer to Peer Education (SPINT) are trained in giving information on LGBTI+ issues in secondary Vocational Education schools.

PEP Den Haag – Courses for volunteers, amongst others in sexual and gender diversity within organisations.

Where to file a complaint for discrimination?

College voor de Rechten van de Mens [Kleinesingel 1-3, Utrecht] – The Institute for Human Rights protects, advances, monitors and sheds light on human rights in the Netherlands.

Den Haag Meldt [St. Jacobstraat 125, The Hague] – Service from the Gemeentelijke ombudsman. The antidiscrimination facility where residents of the Hague can report discrimination complaints. You can also contact them if you hear, see or read something bad.

Roze in Blauw Haaglanden. Point of contact for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex people within and outside the Police. Email: rozeinblauw.den-haag [at] politie.nl.

Stichting iDb [Koninginnegracht 12b, The Hague] – Foundation iDb will listen to you and help you with filing your complaint if you feel discriminated against, amongst others, your sexual orientation and/or gender identity.

Where to do sports?

Op Hoge Poten – Hiking club for gay and bisexual men. Sometimes they plan a walking route close to The Hague.

The Parliament of Pain – Awesome Roller Derby League in The Hague. Always on the lookout for fresh meat!

Plons – Swimming club in The Hague for gays, lesbians, and friends.

De Potige Dames – Women’s hiking club. Sometimes they plan a walking route close to The Hague.

De Rotterdamse Wandeldames – Group of lesBian+ women who love hiking. Sometimes they plan a walking route close to The Hague. Contact: rotterdamsedames [at] hotmail.com

Roze Blok – Gay sportsclub in Delft for volleyball and badminton.

Stuurloos – Women’s cyclists group. Monthly tours, sometimes near The Hague.

Where to sing?

De Heksenketel – women’s choir, group of mostly lesBian and some straight women

Kwasi Kloos – vocal group of all genders singers.

Vox Rosa – gay men’s choir.

Where to shop?

Anarchist bookshop Opstand. [De Samenscholing, Beatrijsstraat 12, The Hague]
Bookshop for a range of political subjects, magazines, stickers and pamphlets. Place to come together for a cup of coffee or thee, and to discuss actions. Open every Tuesday and Thursday 18:00 – 21:00.

Bookshop Centaur [Laan van Meerdervoort 435, The Hague]
With used books and dvd’s piled up to the ceiling, you will always find a title that you did not expect to come across. Possibly with a LGBT+ theme.

NEW It’s a bird! [Nieuwe Molstraat 37a, Den Haag]
Vintage shop with, amongst others, fun gadgets with Frida Kahlo and rainbow prints.

Kado om de hoek [Hogewal 1 links, The Hague] 🏳️‍🌈
Often compared with the Moma New York Museum store. Funny and colourful design presents for every occasion. Famous for its welcome for every new person who enters the shop.

Page Not Found [Boekhorststraat 126-128, The Hague] 
Bookstore of printed artists’ publications, and cultural platform for talks, performances, lectures and workshops.

Where to swap?

Bea-Nix [Beatrijsstraat 14, The Hague] – In this shop, a ‘Weggeefwinkel’ (GiveAwayShop), you can get things for free.

Emmaus Welvaartsresten [Prinsegracht 36, The Hague] – Second hand shop where they sell donated prosperity remains.

Kringloop Den Haag [several locations in Rijswijk and The Hague] – You can donate your items -they pick up excess stuff from your home for free- and buy other ones for a very nice price.

Rumi Foundation [Paviljoensgracht 33, The Hague] – Helps and guides immigrants and refugees in The Hague.

Terres des Hommes [Apeldoornselaan 175, The Hague] – Store where you can buy second hand items, and bring your stuff to give it a new life.

Vincentius Kledingbeurs [Westeinde 177, The Hague] – Sells second hand clothes, linen, books and bric and brac.

Where to find queer friends who enjoy bdsm, kink and cruising?

Flamingomunch – A munch for everyone who is LGBTIQ+ and has something to do with bdsm. Every third Saturday of the odd month in a vanilla setting in The Hague. So don’t come in leather, latex with whips and cuffs, but in your normal everyday clothes.

The Real Boss [Rijswijkseweg 536, The Hague] – Cruising bar for men having sex with men. Themes like nudist, underwear, sportswear, and other fetishes.

VSSM Den Haag – Association for all people with bdsm feelings, regardless of sexual orientation. Monthly parties.

[Website is not worksafe] Gay & bisexual men cruising in public places – Public places where you can find men seeking sex with other men anonymously.

–> Check for more meetups for the bdsm, fetish and kink community: fetlife.com.

More inspiration?

More LGBTIQ+ organisations in The Hague: Queer Support Den Haag.
More LGBTIQ+ events in The Netherlands: Gay & Lesbian Switchboard.

Not on this list?

If you have a nice suggestion for this list, please let us know! Contact us. We’ll answer as soon as possible. ❤

6 thoughts on “Queer Guide of The Hague

  1. Brian Kochera

    I’m from the USA.. I’m planning on seeing the Anouk beach concert n September . Are there any gay friendly places to stay? If I stayed somewhere near or in the center of town, how would I get to Schevenenigen? Is there public transportation?

    Reply
    1. hildeskabinet Post author

      Hi Brian,

      Welcome to Scheveningen Beach! You’ll enjoy the Anouk in concert. She’s one of the best and energetic singers we have in The Netherlands.

      We know a lot about LGBTQIAP The Hague, Scheveningen and surroundings, but we have no current experience with gay friendly places to stay. So for now it’s difficult to give you advice on this question. Because we also don’t know what you can afford or want to spend.

      Low budget opportunities, are: Couchsurfing The Hague: https://www.couchsurfing.com/places/europe/netherlands/the+hague
      or the Hospitality Club The Hague: http://secure.hospitalityclub.org/hc/hcworld.php?city=7513 (but these pages don’t look updated).

      For questions that are not LGBTI+ related, like public transport, we kindly refer you to the Tourist Office The Hague: https://denhaag.com/en/tourist-office

      Reply
  2. Eden Fantasys

    One of the few long-established lesbian bars (since 1978) in Amsterdam recently changed its interior and door policy. Men are also allowed in, whether accompanied by a woman or not. As their website quotes, Saarein is now open for all queer-minded people’. This small, cosy bar is split into three levels, including a bar, pool table and reading section. Saarein has a loyal following of feminists.

    Reply
    1. hildeskabinet Post author

      Hi Eden,

      Thank you for your information about the wonderful café Saarein (https://saarein2.nl/) in de Jordaan in Amsterdam. You’re lucky to have such a long-term LesBian & Queer place in the city.

      This Queer Guide is about the Hague, though, so we have no intention to add Amsterdam based queer initiatives. But please, keep us posted if you have a really nice & queer event for where all genders are welcome, because we do travel.

      Reply
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