Welcome to Royal Delft! We are open every day of the week. Discover our production process from beginning to end. Meet one of the master painters and learn about the history of this Dutch icon.
We follow the current Corona-measures to ensure the safety of all our visitors. Usually there is enough space to roam around the museum. If it get’s too busy to keep 1,5 meter distance we will ask our visitors to wear a facemask. Book your ticket up front to secure a spot.
Paintbrushes carefully touch the white earthenware, whilst elsewhere clay is poured into handmade moulds. In this pottery, craftsmen have been creating iconic Delft Blue for almost 400 years. Royal Delft, established in 1653, is the last remaining original Delftware factory in Delft from the 17th century that still produces hand painted Delft Blue according to centuries-old tradition. Besides a visit to the factory you get to see our museum with an extensive collection of historic and modern pieces. Discover the history, craftsmanship and innovation of this royal museum during your visit.
Monday – Sunday 10:00 – 17:00
We are closed on January 1st and December 25th & 26th.
On December 24th & 31st we close at 16:00.
|Students/13 - 18 years old||€ 8,75|
|Children < 12||Free|
|Schools 4 - 12 years old||€ 6,25|
|Schools 13 - 17 years old||€ 8,75|
|Tour operators||€ 8,75|
Audio tours are included in the price. A reservation is not mandatory.
A reservation is not required when visiting the museum and shop. A Corona-pass such as confirmation of vaccination or recent negative test are only required when entering our lunchroom. For more information about the Corona-pass take a look at the Government website.
Royal Delft Museum is completely accessible for wheelchairs, also guide dogs are allowed into the museum. For more information about accessibility take a look at our General terms and conditions for visitors.