Siutated amongst historic buildings and beautiful linden trees, the antique and book market is a real treat for vintage furniture lovers and enthusiasts of old knick-knacks. Vintage treasures can be found on Thursdays and Sundays from mid-May until the 3rd week of September among 75 stalls located on Langevorhout. During the autumn and winter months, classic novels and literary curiosities can be picked up on Thursdays in the corner of Plein.
Located in the heart of the Hague, the market serves as a community gathering center while providing a source of income to its members. It contributes to the decrease of waste by allowing items to be reused. Additionally, it poses as an alternative to purchasing new goods, impacting buyers and promotes more sustainable consumption. Since it is held during the day no energy is used for lighting.
Sustainable cities and communities: The market promotes a sustainable shopping alternative which can be implemented in many cities.
Responsible consumption and production: The market promotes reusing items.
Climate Action: The market has a very low carbon footprint and promotes low energy solutions for product sales.