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Royal Delft: Delftblue Factory and Museum

1. Royal Delft: Delftblue Factory and Museum

Royal Delft, established in 1653, is the last remaining original Delft Blue factory from the 17th century in Delft that still hand makes Delft Blue according to a centuries-old tradition. Discover the history, craftsmanship and innovation of this royal company during a visit. The Royal Delft Experience takes you on an inspirational journey through the world of the centuries-old earthenware. 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 the iconic Delft Blue for almost 400 years. Admire the collection of antique and modern pieces of Delft Blue earthenware and experience the authentic production process in the factory. In the showroom, the complete collection of hand-painted classic and modern Delftware and souvenirs are displayed and can be purchased. In 2018 Royal Delft celebrated its 365th anniversary. Highlights of the year were the exhibition “Nouveau Blue: vision to realisation” until 30 September and the painting of a Delft Blue tile painting by 365 people during the year. To complete the experience you can join one of the painting workshops and discover the skill needed to be a Royal Delft craftsman (upon reservation). Finally, you can soak up the atmosphere in Brasserie1653 that overlooks the beautiful courtyard garden, whilst having a cup of coffee, High tea, or lunch. There are audio and guided tours available in 8 languages. Royal Delft is easily accessible from Amsterdam, the Hague, and Rotterdam.

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Brussels: Keukenhof, Tulips, and Delft Day Trip

2. Brussels: Keukenhof, Tulips, and Delft Day Trip

Head to the Netherlands to see beautiful architecture and tulips in bloom with this private tour from Brussels. Your day will begin in Elf, with its beautiful old architecture and world-famous blue-and-white pottery. You’ll then visit Keukenhof, with its fields of colorful tulips, where you’ll have plenty of time to learn about tulips and wander the beautiful gardens at the local estate. Following that, visit Keukenhof near Amsterdam. It will be there that you will be shown the tulips at their best. You’ll enjoy the true fragrances and colors of 7 million flowers, as well as historic Delft’s ominous beauty. You will see the large bulb fields in full bloom after a leisurely ride through the countryside, as well as the traditional windmills. At the end of your fragrant experience, you will travel back to Brussels where your tour will conclude.

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What people are saying about Delft

We enjoyed the museum very much, and so did the children (14 and 10 years old). At the beginning, a film, a little history about the museum, then a museum tour with an audiobook, and at the end you can see the workers at the factory how they create these masterpieces. We spent about 1.5 hours there. Worth the price for me. I recommend.

Informative tour of the museum and the workshop. Well-stocked museum shop with very friendly staff. Disadvantage: only 2 entry times per day for this package. We were in Delft in October. The off-season was due to only a few visitors on site, so we would have liked to have had more flexibility with the entry times.

Really interesting museum and factory tour. Owing to coronavirus we were the only people on the tour with an audio guide which was great. Recommend going now when it’s quiet!

It is an interesting activity. Since you are going to Delft, it is good to take advantage to visit the factory.

Very nice visit where you can see the creativity of the artists

Enjoy the visit and a coffee in a very pretty garden