Who is the Fair For?
The International Community in The Hague is very diverse. Whether you’re a newcomer or have been here many years, there is something for everyone at the Feel at Home Fair. The majority of information is in English, but there are also a number of community groups that focus on other nationalities and languages too. Check our our Exhibitors List
Is the Fair only for newcomers to The Hague?
No! All are welcome, even if you have lived in The Hague for many years, perhaps you’ll discover a new community group, sports club or other organisation you don’t yet know about – come and see!
How do I attend the Fair?
Tickets are free for visitors who preregister. You will then receive an email with instructions and a link to join the event.
Is the the 2021 Fair online only?
COVID-19 has of course meant we are not able to bring together groups of people in a physical location. We still feel it’s more important than ever to bring the international community together, so have shifted to an online event this year. For visitors, this event is online only. However to make this a fun and interactive event, we are operating in a hybrid environment – meaning that there are a core team physically on site at the Beeld and Geluid Museum in The Hague broadcasting live on the day, and ready to answer your (live) questions
Is there a recording of the online event?
Yes, we plan on recording the programme and sharing after the day. However we also very much encourage you to attend as much of the live event as you can from 11am-5pm on Sunday 14th March to interact live with the panels and virtual community stands.
Who organises the Fair?
TheHagueOnLine is the organiser, owned by Billy Allwood. Main sponsors such as the Gemeente Den Haag, The Hague International Centre, Volunteer The Hague and PEP make the event possible, along with a number of programme sponsors, media partners, and friends of the fair. For a full list of sponsors see the website banners.