Visit the Royal Delft Museum

Paintbrushes carefully touch the white earthenware, whilst elsewhere clay is poured into handmade moulds. It is here, at Royal Delft, that craftsmen have been creating iconic Delft Blue for almost 400 years. Royal Delft, established in 1653, is the last remaining Delftware factory from the 17th century that still produces hand painted Delft Blue according to centuries-old tradition. Discover all about the history, craftsmanship and innovation of this royal company during your visit.

Find out what Royal Delft is doing to stop the spread of the Corona-virus here. From the 30th of September a face-mask is obligitary when visiting Royal Delft and moving through the museum and factory. It can be removed once sitting down for a workshop and in Brasserie1653.