ICSC2023 will be held in the City of The Hague on November 15- 17, bringing the conference back to the Netherlands after 10 years! The conference will take place at the Media Museum in The Hague (Zeestraat 82). The conference itself will take place in the main event rooms (Conference room and Newsroom). During the breaks you’re free to explore the museum. 

About the museum

Originally it was the Great Royal Bazar (1843-1927) which was built on the initiative of King Willem II, who wanted to stimulate urban expansion. In the garden were greenhouses and the bazar was a great success and was even known beyond the national borders. In 1994, the museum was enlarged by the purchase of an adjacent building dating from 1916, This Theosophical Temple is a special monument, where Freemasonry had also established a lodge at the time.  In 2016/2017, a major renovation of the museum took place. Only the façade has been preserved. The atmosphere within the museum has also been adapted into an accessible, interactive museum that focuses on the broad topic of communication.

How to get to the Media Museum – Beeld en Geluid
The museum is very well served by public transport. From the Hague Central Station you can reach the musum within 15 minutes by bus. Plan your trip via The museum is also easily accessible by bicycle. Google Maps will give you a nice route.

The dinner will take place in Madurodam, George Maduroplein 1 in The Hague, on November 16th.

 About Madurodam

Discover The Netherlands in miniature at the Madurodam theme park, and see the country’s highlights all in one place. The models are exact replicas of special buildings and objects, on a scale of 1:25.

How to get to Madurodam
Madurodam is very well served by public transport. From The Hague Central Station you can reach Madurodam within 10 minutes by tram or bus. Plan your trip via Madurodam is also easily accessible by bicycle.


Free parking isn’t available in the center of The Hague. However, it’s possible to park for free at a P&R Uithof or P&R Ypenburg, at some distance to our venues and cover the last part using public transportation. 

Here’s a helpful website where the colors indicate:

  • Orange: All day paid parking
  • Green: Paid parking in evening hours
  • Rest: Free parking