Visitor house rules

-Please respect the castle and its historic location. Do not lean against walls or against furniture and please do not touch anything.
-Coats, backpacks, umbrellas and knight’s armour should be left in the cloakroom or stored in the lockers provided in the basement (at the visitor’s own risk).
-Wheelchairs, wheeled walkers, prams and buggies cannot be taken into the castle. Visitors can leave them in the vestibule (at the visitor’s own risk).
-Smoking, eating or drinking are not allowed inside the castle.
-Pets are not permitted inside the castle, except for guide dogs (after consultation with the castle staff).
-Flash photography is not allowed inside the castle. The use of drones, selfie sticks, tripods or lighting equipment is not allowed, nor is the use of any other (semi-) professional video equipment.
-Parents are responsible for the behaviour of their children at all times.
-Instructions given by De Haar Castle’s staff should be obeyed immediately.
-Dogs are allowed in the park, provided they are kept on a lead. Other animals are not allowed to enter the park.
-Given the many ponds and canals, keep a close eye on children at all times.
-Bicycles, mopeds and cars may not enter the park. Cars must be parked in the visitor car park opposite the entrance. Bicycles can be parked in the bike park on Stalplein.
-The park closes at 18.00 hours. Visitors are requested to leave the park before that time.

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