These are the best museums in Delft:
Vermeer Centrum DelftDelftVermeer Centrum Delft is dedicated to the life of the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer (1632-1675). The museum covers his work and his relationship to Delft. The permanent exhibition illustrates how Johannes Vermeer worked in his studio. In addition, the stories are told of the 37 paintings that the V
Museum Prinsenhof DelftDelftMuseum Prinsenhof Delft is one of the Top 100 UNESCO monuments in the Netherlands. The museum illustrates the story of William of Orange and his role in the formation of the Dutch Republic. It is situated at the place where he was killed. The museum exhibits paintings, historical artefacts, prints a
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Royal DelftDelftDid you know that the iconic Delftware is actually painted with black? While baking in the oven, the black changes to the familiar, intense blue color. Delft Blue is still made by hand in a traditional way at Royal Delft. Here you can see our painters and craftsmen at work in the factory. In the mus
Science Centre DelftDelftScience Centre Delft shows what students and researchers from the Technical University of Delft do on a daily basis, and on which subjects their research focuses. The museum displays research equipment and graduation projects. The visitor can take part in the research in the open workshops. The disp
TU Delft Hortus BotanicusDelftThe TU Delft Hortus Botanicus is home to thousands of plant species and includes an arboretum, a central garden and glass houses with tropical plants. The Hortus of the TU Delft is a technical garden where research on plants has taken place since 1917. Research projects related to plants are still u
Nieuwe KerkDelftThe Nieuwe Kerk in the city of Delft, is, with its 108.75 meter tower, the church with the highest church tower in the Netherlands, after the Dom Tower in Utrecht. The church is known for the Praalgraf of Willem van Oranje.
Oude KerkDelftThe Oude Kerk in Delft is one of the two large old churches in Delft, in the Dutch province of South Holland; the other large old church in Delft is the Nieuwe Kerk. The Oude Kerk dates from 1246.
Medical and Pharmaceutical museum De GriffioenDelft
Museum Paul Tetar van ElvenDelftThe Paul Tétar van Elven museum Is housed in a 16th century canal house. The house was inhabited by the Dutch painter, collector and teacher Paul Tetar van Elven in the period from 1864 to 1894. The property still has the well-preserved 19th century authentic interior, including Delft pottery, orien