The Marjan de Visser restoration studio
is located in the center of
Contact and location painting restoration The Hague:
Van Limburg Stirumstraat 127/129
2515PC The Hague
telephone +31 703360147
mobile +31 655196137
Chamber of Commerce The Hague: 27345447
The studio is a 5-minute walk from Hollands Spoor station. But it is also easily accessible for clients with their own transport.
The opening hours
Visit the restoration workshop
Free parking is available for workshop customers, usually right in front of the door. We can log in your license plate.
The studio is on the ground floor and therefore very accessible to everyone.
From Leiden, Haarlem, Amsterdam and Gouda, Utrecht: Utrechtsebaan A12; exit Mariahoeve-Bezuiderhout; left towards the ‘Megastores’, over the train viaduct right onto the parallel road, which changes into the Oranjelaan. Go straight ahead at the traffic light; Hoefkade, second street on the right; the first on the right.
From Rotterdam, Dordrecht, Breda: A13: exit 7 Den Haag Zuid / Rijswijk; follow Rijswijk Centrum, over the Hoornbrug follow the Haagweg-Rijswijkse weg straight on to Rijswijkse plein. Left lane “Hollands Spoor” on the Oranjelaan and straight ahead at the traffic light; Hoefkade, the second street on the right; the first on the right.
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