The Hague reopens Museum for Communication

The Museum for Communication (COMM) venue in the Netherlands has undergone a large-scale renovation project.

The Museum for Communication
The Museum for Communication

The new and improved COMM in the Netherlands is designed to meet the needs of event planners looking to organise a congress, corporate gathering, meeting, or reception.

Ten breakout rooms for up to 250 people are available. For event planners looking for larger spaces, additional rooms can accommodate up to 650 participants.

The venue features one of the largest newsrooms in Europe which is available for meetings. It also offers a webcast studio with extensive livestream possibilities, modern meeting rooms with video conferencing amenities and the historic Theosophical Temple.

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