Discover the secrets of Delft Blue Pottery at Royal Delft!
This museum remains open to visitors for the time being, but appropriate measures will be taken.
Ornaments, plates, teacups, pots and many delicate goods can be found in Delft, the city that is home to the great blue and white pottery that is famous all over the world. Visit Royal Delft and see how the porcelain turns into beautiful pottery.
An audio-visual presentation will introduce you to the world of the Dutch special goods. You will also hear about the history of the Delftware and the production process. Afterwards, you can see a part of the process yourself and watch a painter at work.
In a showroom you can have a look at the tableware that was designed and fabricated for the Royal family. You’ll be astonished by its finesse.
|LOCATION||Rotterdamseweg 196, Delft|
|PUBLIC TRANSPORT||From Delft station:
Bus 40 (direction: Rotterdam Centraal), 55 (direction: Zoetermeer) or 174 (direction: Rotterdan Noord via Berkel) to stop Julianalaan. From there it is a 6 minute walk.
|BEST TIME TO VISIT||All day|
|TICKET TYPE||Printed ticket|
Audio and guided tour
Audio guides are available in eight languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, and Chinese.
Guided tours should be reserved in advance.
- Wheelchair accessible
- Watch a true Delft pottery artist at work as he paints the delicate delftware
- The oldest Delft pottery factory, situated in the city where this typical pottery style originates from
- Admire the Royal Family Chamber
- The showroom includes the full collection of Royal Delft as well as many unique souvenirs