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How to reach Royal Delft

Address and parking

Royal Delft Museum is located at Rotterdamseweg 196 in Delft. Parking at the Royal Delft Museum is easy, there are plenty of public parking spaces for visitors around the building. There are a limited number of free spaces, the other parking spaces are paid from Monday to Saturday from 12 noon. Parking is free on Sundays. More information about parking in Delft can be found here.

How to reach Royal Delft

With the bus:

From Delft Station there are several buses to the Royal Delft Museum. If you take the regional bus 40 towards Rotterdam Central Station and get off at the Jaffalaan bus stop, it is only a one-minute walk. There are also other bus lines that you can take to Royal Delft Museum, but the walk will take a little longer. For current departure times, visit 9292.nl.

By car:

From the A13 exit Delft Zuid: keep right towards TU Delft. Turn left and follow the brown signs with Royal Delft on them. Turn right on Rotterdamseweg until you reach number 196.

Walking from Delft Central Station:

Depart from Delft Central Station, turn right and walk along the water. Walk under the tunnel and then turn left onto the Hooikade. Follow the water for 450 meters and turn left over the Abtswoudsebrug. Follow the cycle path to The Hague University of Applied Sciences. The museum is across the street from the college. The walk takes 15 to 20 minutes. Click here  for the route on Google Maps.

By bike:

There are various cycling routes in Delft and the surrounding area that end or start at Royal Delft. Enjoy the beautiful route along the way as you cycle past monumental buildings and discover the historic city center. View all cycling routes here: Route.nl and Fietsnetwerk.nl (Dutch language sites).

By Delft City Shuttle:

Royal Delft is one of the stops of the Delft City Shuttle. Click here to find out how it works and for the route.

By canal boat:

Between March and November it is possible to combine a visit to Royal Delft with a canal cruise. Click here for the possibilities.