Monday – Tuesday 11:30 – 17:00
Wednesday – Sunday 10:00 – 17:00
We are closed on 1 January, 25 and 26 December. On 24 and 31 December we close at 16:00.
|Youth 13 - 18 years old||€ 8,75|
|Children < 12 years old||Free|
|Holland Pass and Rotterdam Pas||Free|
|Museum Card Holders||€11,00|
|Schools 4 - 12 jyears old||€6,25|
|Schools 13 - 17 yeras old||€8,75|
If you purchase your tickets online in advance you receive €1,- discount.
N.B. It is obligatory to book a time slot and entrance ticket online before your visit due to the Corona virus.
Royal Delft is situated in Delft on the Rotterdamseweg 196, 2628 AR Delft. Parking at the Royal Delft Museum is easy, there are plenty of public parking spaces around the Museum. On top of that there are a limited number of (free) visitors parking spots. Have a look at this website for more information about parking in Delft.
The Royal Delft Museum is completely accesible for wheelchairs and guidedogs are allowed into the Museum too. For more information take a look at our General terms and conditions for visitors.
From A13 exit Delft Zuid: bear to the right TU Delft. Turn left and follow the brown signs Royal Delft. At the Rotterdamseweg turn right until you reach nr. 196.
On foot from Delft Central Station:
Leaving from Delft CS, turn right and follow the water. Once you have walked under the tunnel turn left onto Hooikade. Follow the water for 450 meters and turn left over the Abtwoudsebrug. Follow the cyclepath until you see De Haagse Hogeschool in front of you. Royal Delft is opposite De Haagse Hogeschool. Duration: 15-20 minutes. Click here for the route on foot.
Delft is known for its Delft Blue pottery. Beautiful, monumental buildings can be seen in the city, because the historic city center is well preserved. The quieter outer area of Delft is a great contrast to the bustling city. There are various cycling routes that start or end at Royal Delft. Have a look at the routes here: Route.nl and Fietsnetwerk.nl (Dutch language sites).
By Delft City Shuttle:
Royal Delft is one the Delft City Shuttle stops. 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 boat trip. Click here for the possibilities.
The Royal Delft Museum is tempoarily closed. Once we reopen we will do everything to ensure your and our safety. Would you like to know more? Read on.
General measures & tour
To guarantee the safety of all our visitors, we work with time-slots of 10 minutes in which 6 people can enter the museum and the factory. We’ve secured the places where you can come into contact with our craftsmen with plexiglass, so that you can still admire the craftsmanship. A facemask is obligatory when moving around. During workshops and in Brasserie1653 you can remove the facemask. There will be disinfectant hand gel available in the building and at the entrance and exit. You can walk freely in our museum and factory but please be aware of the routing. Royal Delft guarantees your safety in the museum, the factory, the brasserie and the showroom and wishes you a safe and pleasant visit.
Discover the museum
Royal Delft continues to host workshops daily at 14:00. You can choose between the traditional workshop or our DIY painting workshop. There is capacity for 15 people. The seating arrangement guarantees 1,5 meters in between participants. Directly after the DIY painting workshop you can take your tile home with you, because of the special blue paint we use. The traditional painting workshop is with a black paint, like the Royal Delft master painters use.