Louwman Museum – Profile Page Five
Last but by no means least, there is a nice mix of six Bugattis, ranging from the “Black Bess”, the well-known Roland Garros car to a Type 57, the show model of the Salon de Paris of 1934, with a body by Gangloff. There is also a Type 43 and a Type 50.
This ends the tour of the Museum, but there are still lots of other things to see, like old shops and the like.
If you feel rather tired after all this, which is quite likely, you can get some refreshments from the “Museumplein”, a reconstruction of a small market square, looking French but very much in Holland.
Louwman Museum – Additional Photos (click image for larger picture)
Louwman Museum – Visitor Information
The Louwman Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday between 10.00 hrs and 17.00 hrs. Admission for adults is €13.50 p.p., groups over 20 persons is €11.00 p.p., children between 6 and 12 years of age is €7.50 p.p. and children under 6 are free.
Guided tours can be arranged on any day of the week. The tours last between an hour and a half to two hours and are available for both individuals and groups. A guided tour for up to 20 persons costs 65 euros. Extra tour guides are available for larger groups.
2594 BB Den Haag
Tel. +31 (0)70 – 304 7373
Fax. +31 (0)70 – 383 5587
[Source: Peter Helbach; Louwman Museum]