Temporary opening hours: Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.
You will find our COVID-19 guidelines and information on this page. There is a strict limit to the number of visitors in the museum. You may therefore be asked to wait for a short while and we ask for your understanding in this matter.
Extra opening information for public holidays:
New Year's Day (Jan 1st) CLOSED.
Easter Sunday (April 17th) CLOSED.
Easter Monday (April 18th) OPEN.
King's Birthday (April 27th) CLOSED.
Ascension Day (May 26th) CLOSED.
Whit Sunday (June 5th) CLOSED.
Whit Monday (June 6th) OPEN.
Christmas Day (Dec 25th) CLOSED.
Boxing Day (Dec. 26th) OPEN.
New Years Eve (Dec 31st) OPEN until 4 pm
Disabled access is only possible on the ground floor.
2611 EC Delft
Telephone: 015 – 21 24 206
Adults - € 7.50
CJP or other discount card - € 3.75
Children (18 or under) - free
Friends of the museum - free
Museum pass (museumkaart) - free
ICOM pass/Rembrandt pass - free
Delft pass/Rotterdam pass - free
TU Delft students - free (with valid student card)
Group tours, by appointment - € 50 (max. 15 people).
The museum is staffed by volunteers. You can support the museum with a donation, made payable to the bank account of “Museum Paul Tetar van Elven, Delft”, acc. no. NL59 INGB 0000 533 622. Or, become a Friend of the museum for € 25 per year, and receive a free copy of the book “Kleinood aan een Delftse gracht”.
The museum is within a few minutes walking distance of Delft Central train station, where trams and buses also stop. From the station, cross over the tramline and enter the Barbarasteeg. Continue straight on into Breestraat and take the first left into Koornmarkt. The museum is on the left hand side.
Paid car parking is available in the Zuidpoort garage (5 minutes’ walk away), or on the car park on the opposite side of the Koornmarkt (behind building “De Zuster”, 2 minutes’ walk away).
We are currently only open on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.
The number of visitors currently allowed in the museum is strictly limited. The route through the museum is mainly in one direction. In some rooms only a certain number of people are allowed in at once; this is indicated clearly on the rooms concerned.
All contact surfaces in the museum are cleaned regularly (e.g. door handles, WCs, taps, lockers and payment machines). Hand sanitising gel is available around the museum.
Group visits and school visits are unfortunately not possible until further notice.
If you have possible COVID-19 related symptoms, you cannot visit the museum.