Paauw country estate
Paauw country estate
Paauw country estate
520

Paauw country estate - Wassenaar

N 52.136543 / E 4.398331

The route winds through the De Paauw estate, where the neo-classical white country house catches the eye. The estate was founded in the 16th century and came into the possession of Prince Frederick of Orange-Nassau (1797-1881). In 1850, the prince was presented by the Russian Tsar Alexander II with a marble horse-drawn drinking trough flanked by two lions, which still stands in front of the building.

The surrounding park is particularly beautiful with its ponds and meandering paths. The country house is now the town hall of Wassenaar. It also houses the small-scale Fire Brigade Museum (only open on Saturdays and Sundays).

Paauw country estate
Paauw country estate
Paauw country estate

Paauw country estate
Raadhuislaan
2242CP Wassenaar

Contact details

Landgoed is vrij toegankelijk voor publiek

Reviews
No reviews were found for this pitstop.
Write a review

Did you visit this location? Help us and write a review.

Select the number of stars you award to this location (based on a maximum of 5 stars) and tell us about your experience

For safety, we want to make sure that you are a human being.