2511 DP The Hague
- +31 (0)70 800 9500 or +31 (0)71 527 8200
From Monday to Friday after 20:30 and on weekends only accessible to students of Leiden University and EPA students TU Delft in possession of a valid LU card.
Monday to Friday
07:30 - 23:30
Saturday and Sunday
9:30 - 23:30
For more information on the opening hours of the Wijnhaven Library, check the UBL website.
Closing dates and seasonal opening hours in 2023
- 1 January: New Year's Day - closed
- 9 and 10 April: Easter - closed
- 26 April: King's Night - open until 19:30
- 27 April: King's Day - closed
- 5 May: Liberation Day - closed
- 18 May: Ascension Day - closed
- 19 May: Compulsory day off - closed
- 28 and 29 May: Pentecost - closed
- 3 October: Leidens Ontzet - closed
- 24 December: Christmas Eve - open until 20:00
- 25 December to 1 January: Christmas break - closed
Campus The Hague is spread out over five buildings in the administrative heart of the city. Leiden University's students, researchers and staff are able to work and study at locations with direct links to topics that are relevant to The Hague such as governance and security.
Leiden University regularly opens its doors for informative, inspiring, and socially engaged events that are closely related to the educational and research programmes of Campus The Hague. If you would like to organise something that might be of interest to our students and/or staff, please feel free to enquire about the possibilities.
Due to limited building capacity, the planning of educational and research activities always takes priority over other events. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate meetings, conferences, and events that do not include our students and/or staff as their target audience.
Please find information about the rooms and their facilities in this presentation.
If you would like to know more about the possibilities, please feel free to contact Eveline van Boxel - Event Manager Campus The Hague at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The number of parking spaces at Leiden University is limited. Do you have an appointment with one of our staff members? In some cases, he or she can reserve a parking space for you.
You can also make use of the paid parking options offered by Leiden and The Hague.
- Information from the municipality
- Ehrenfestgarage Leiden Bio Science Park
- Westerdijkgarage Leiden Bio Science Park
Right in the city centre is Wijnhaven, the beating heart of Campus The Hague. Around 3,500 students take classes here and in the other Campus The Hague buildings. There is also room for study, discussion and group work. Researchers and lecturers from six of the seven faculties teach or conduct research here. In addition, Delft University of Technology has a presence on the fifth floor, and there is a high-tech studio for Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
Classrooms and silent study areas
Wijnhaven comprises almost 14,000m2 of teaching and research facilities, and offers 630 study spaces, 280 silent study spaces, 140 study spaces with a computer, a library, an information desk, an area for study associations and offices for around 250 members of the University staff. There are five lecture halls, both big and small, and 21 smaller classrooms with flexible walls. The Centre for Innovation’s Future Lab can be found on the first floor. Right next to the entrance is a coffee corner, and on the first floor there is not only a coffee bar but also a restaurant.
Disabled parking space
About 250 metres away in the Interparking car park on Korte Voorhout or in Plein Parking on Plein.
- The route to the entrance is paved and level.
- There is an automatic wheelchair-accessible revolving door.
- The barrier-free passage is about 100 cm wide.
- There is a doorbell.
Reception immediately after the revolving doors at the entrance on the right.
070 - 800 9500
- Ground floor: between the Spanish Steps and the escalator, about 16 metres from the entrance.
- Second floor:diagonally opposite auditorium 2.01
- Third floor: opposite 3.50; enter corridor and turn right there
- Third floor: opposite 4.82
- Fifth floor: diagonally opposite 5.35
- Sixth floor: opposite 6.18
After the entrance, immediately turn right, then continue straight ahead for 9 metres. The lifts go up to the fourth floor. For the lift to the fifth and sixth floors, get off at the third floor and continue straight on for 100 metres, then turn right three times.
- Not all glass walls and doors are marked.
- Outdoor locations have a threshold of about 25 centimetres.
- The lifts are only accessible with a valid LU-Card.