Erfgoed Delft

Introduction Delft Regional Heritage

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Erfgoed Delft en Omstreken (Heritage of Delft and surroundings) consists of Archeologie Delft (Archaeology of Delft), Archief Delft (Archives of Delft), Museum Lambert van Meerten, Museum Nusantara, Museum Het Prinsenhof and Winkeltje Kouwenhoven (Kouwenhoven's little shop).

Erfgoed Delft protects the cultural heritage of Delft and its surroundings. She makes it possible for the public to access information and collections about archaeology, art, history and archives.

Besides exhibitions in the museums, Erfgoed Delft also offers a number of activities for children and adults. Also, at Archief Delft you can conduct your own research, for example about your ancestors. Archeologie Delft will give you advice and if there is an excavation, feel free to come and have a look!

In short: Erfgoed Delft connects the past to the present and you can benefit from it!

Permanent exhibitions
Museum Het Prinsenhof; William of Orange and Delft in the Golden Age
Museum Nusantara; sample the atmosphere of Indonesia
Museum Lambert van Meerten; a prestigious canal house

Other
Archaeology Delft
Archives Delft
Winkeltje Kouwenhoven (Kouwenhoven’s little shop)

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Last Updated on Thursday, 10 October 2013 12:15
 
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