In Museum Prinsenhof Delft you will be shown the influence from great Delft icons on the development of the Netherlands.
One of those icons is William of Orange, who was shot on July 10, 1584 in the historic building. Other themes include Delftware and Masters in innovation, like Antonie van Leeuwenhoek. Be absorbed in the colourful history of Delft and discover how the city still inspires and creates.
The Museum Prinsenhof Delft offers a unique opportunity to explore the history of the Netherlands, Delft and delftware. The museum is housed in a building of great historical importance, the site of some of the most dramatic and consequential events of Dutch history.
It was once the court of William of Orange, the Father of the Dutch Nation. In the museum you will also discover the role the citizens of Delft played in the history of the Netherlands and how delftware became the global brand it is today.
Adults: € 12,00
Children 3 years and under: free
Children 4 through 12 years: € 3,00
Children 13 through 18 years: € 6,00