In the 17th century it was the largest secular building of Europe. Today the Royal Palace on the Dam is one of the three Palaces, which the State has placed at the King's disposal by an Act of Parliament.
It is used for Royal Events like reception of the foreign heads of state during their visits in The Netherlands, the King's New Year reception and other official receptions.
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Only on days of Royal Events, visiting of the Palace by the members of the public is not possible.
Still it might be interesting for you to see the official visitors arriving.
A free audio tour is provided in the following languages: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish.
The Palace is accessible for visitors on wheelchairs.