Museum Venue Reopens in The Hague After Extensive Renovation

21st Nov, 2017

The Museum for Communication (COMM) has reopened its doors after a large-scale renovation project. The new and improved COMM is designed to meet the needs of event planners looking to organise a congress, corporate gathering, meeting, or reception.

COMM has a variety of meeting rooms amongst others is the largest newsrooms in Europe which is available for meetings. The venue offers a webcast studio with extensive livestream possibilities, modern meeting rooms with video conferencing amenities and the historic Theosophical Temple. Moreover, ten breakout rooms for up to 250 people are available. For event planners looking for larger spaces, COMM offers rooms that can accommodate up to 650 participants.

The COMM is a new addition to the long list of museum venues in The Hague. Other museum venues such as the Mauritshuis, Gemeentemuseum, Museum Escher in het Paleis, and the Louwman Museum are internationally recognised for their exhibitions.

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