Lucky me. I love street art; I love city district Segbroek; I love The Hague Street Art for turning Segbroek into the largest public gallery of The Hague. And most of all, I love sharing the extensive The Hague Street Art tour with you. 😉
In Segbroek, you’ll come across many works of streetart, even during an ordinary walk to the supermarket or to the nearest bus stop. In collaboration with the local government, 2,000 square meters of walls and electricity houses were painted to prevent illegal graffiti and vandalism. Segbroek now contains up to 40 large streetart works, painted by Dutch and foreign artists between 2009 and 2016. I usually enjoy the works of art on my daily routes. Once in a while, I follow The Hague Street Art tour to explore pieces of the neighbourhood still unknown to me.
If you would like to discover all the streetart within Segbroek, use this map. Via the button Tours, you can choose between a tour on foot or a tour by bike, and you can also select the distance of your tour. Via the button Explore, you filter artworks by location or by artist and you also choose to show / not show cafés, cultural venues, shops and bike rentals on the map. If you prefer a hardcopy of this map, get it at one of the places listed on this webpage. Following a guided street art tour is also possible. Contact The Hague Street Art for an appointment.