The Randstad

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  • 1. Museum Het Prinsenhof

    A former dignitary-hosting convent of St. Agatha, the Prinsenhof Museum is celebrated as the residence of Prince William the Silent, beloved as Vader des Vaderlands...Read More

  • 2. Vermeer Centrum

    Housed in the former St. Lucas Guild, where Delft's favorite son was dean for many years, the center takes visitors on a multimedia journey through...Read More

  • 3. Bagijnhof

    The city sided with the (Protestant) Dutch rebels during the Eighty Years' War, and when the (Catholic) Spanish were driven out in 1572, the city...Read More

  • 4. Delftse Molen de Roos

    Just to the west of Oude Delft is Phoenixstraat, where you'll find this working flour mill that originally stood on the town ramparts. Parts of...Read More

  • 5. Gemeenlandshuis

    The pretty, tree-lined Oude Delft canal has numerous historic gabled houses along its banks and takes the honors for being the first canal in the...Read More

  • 6. Markt

    Delft's main square is bracketed by two town landmarks, the Stadhuis (Town Hall) and the Nieuwe Kerk. Here, too, are cafés, restaurants, and souvenir shops...Read More

  • 7. Nieuwe Kerk

    Presiding over the Markt, this late-Gothic edifice was built between 1483 and 1510. It represents more than a century's worth of Dutch craftsmanship—as though its...Read More

  • 8. Oostpoort

    At the southern end of the Oosteinde canal, the fairy tale twin turrets of the Oostpoort form Delft's only remaining city gate. Dating back to...Read More

  • 9. Oude Kerk

    At the very heart of town, the oldest church in Delft (founded in 1200) is the last resting place of Vermeer. Construction went on until...Read More

  • 10. Paul Tétar van Elven Museum

    This 18th-century canalside mansion was the former home of 19th-century painter Paul Tétar van Elven. The interior he created is charmingly redolent of Ye Olde...Read More

  • 11. Prinsentuin

    Beside the Prinsenhof is Agathaplein, a Late Gothic leafy square built around 1400 and shaded by huge chestnut trees. At the center is the Prinsentuin,...Read More

  • 12. Royal Delft Factory

    It's corny, even sometimes a little tacky—miniature clogs, anyone?—but no visit to Delft would be complete without stopping at a Delft porcelain factory to see...Read More

  • 13. Stadhuis

    At the west end of the Markt, the Town Hall is a gray-stone edifice with picturesque red shutters and lavish detailing, designed in 1618 by...Read More

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