Royal Delft

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Established in 1653, Royal Delft/De Koninklijke Porceleyne Fles is the only remaining Delft blue earthenware factory from the 17th century. The world-famous Delft blue earthenware is still painted entirely by hand according to centuries-old traditions.

Royal Delft Experience

During the Royal Delft Experience, you will be taken on a journey through the present, past and the future of the centuries-old earthenware. The Royal Delft Experience starts with an impressive story about the history of Royal Delft, followed by a step-by-step explanation of the production process. Guests will also be treated to detailed information on the other icons of the city of Delft, such as Johannes Vermeer and the royal family.

Visitors will enjoy a tour through the museum and the factory, an inspiring painting demonstration, and a visit to the showroom with the complete collection of classical and modern earthenware on display.
In the Munt Tower (Munttoren) in Amsterdam you can also visit the a subsidiary of the Royal Delft Experience.

Delft Blue package deal

Royal Delft can customize a visit for groups. For example, you could combine a guided tour of the museum and the factory with a workshop, during which you could paint your own tile or plate, or enjoy a high tea. 

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