Since obtaining the official status of a museum in the Netherlands in 2021, Royal Delft Museum has ambitious plans. We want to put even more emphasis on the craft, the production, and the history of the nearly 400-year-old factory. That is why we are currently renovating the building. Among other things, there will be an additional exhibition hall where temporary exhibitions will be held.
Royal Delft Museum will be open for the public to visit. Only the routing and the exhibition areas have been slightly modified. Phase one will be completed after the summer. Until then, everyone is welcome in the museum, the factory, Brasserie1653 and the shop. We apologize for any inconvenience caused, we hope for your understanding.
On this page you will regularly see and read updates about the renovation and its progress.
A taste of our new interior style.
A start has been made on the new demonstration area for the painters.
The new spot for orange ceramics.
Flooring has been placed in the exhibition halls.
Insulation of the walls of the space where temporary exhibitions will soon be held.
The shelving units of the large museum hall have now been demolished
The roof tiles for the new exhibition hall’s roof.
The roof of the new exhibition hall will get a some new paneling today.
The floor in the new exhibition hall has been placed.
The heating beneath the flooring has been placed and tomorrow the concrete will be poured.
The restoration of the ceramic in the historical garden is ready!
The restoration of the ceramic in the courtyard continues.
The roof panels are placed on the new exhibition hall.
The roof of the new exhibition hall gets a protective layer for rain that might fall.
Breaking through the walls reveals several years of rock and architectural styles.
Restauration of the ceramic in the historical garden.
Top floor of the new exhibition hall.
Phase one of the renovation is progressing
The start of building the new exhibition hall.