Spinoza lived on Paviljoensgracht in The Hague from 1670-1677. This is where he completed the Ethica. The attic room where he lived and died is not open to visitors.
The Association Het Spinozahuis offers a study room on the ground floor where the post-1800 collection of books are held. The collection includes many editions of the philosopher’s works as well as some 1,000 books on Spinoza. This is also the site of the future biographical museum.
The study room is open to the public on Monday from 14.00-16.00. Admission is free. We regret that the Spinozahuis is not accessible to wheelchairs. There are no tours of the house. For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
How to reach the Spinozahuis in The Hague (note: the museum is not signposted)
Take the second exit after Prins Clausplein on the A12. Turn left at the traffic lights and continue straight ahead, passing two traffic lights before you reach the Veerkaden car park, where you can park your car. Walk to Veerkade and turn right, you will reach Paviljoensgracht after 200 metres.
By public transport.
The Hague Hollands Spoor (HS) station. The Spinozahuis is a ten-minute walk from The Hague HS Station. Take the exit to the centre of town, continue straight ahead on Stationsweg until you have passed the second bridge and turn left. You will have reached Paviljoensgracht after 300 metres.