Location & Route
The symposium will be held in in the historical ambiance of Museum De Prinsenhof.
The Museum Prinsenhof Delft has an extensive collection of paintings, pottery and utensils. Much of this originates from the 16th and 17th century, the period of great prosperity for Delft and the Netherlands. The collection covers a period of more than five centuries and is very diverse: from Michiel van Mierevelt to Jan Schoonhoven and 17th century textiles and silver to contemporary ceramics. Besides being a museum and the place were this symposium will be held, it is also a very special place for Dutch history. At this place the assassination of William of Orange, the forefather of King Willem-Alexander took place.
During the program there will be time to take a look in the museum itself and experience the art or to see the place where William of Orange was assassinated. For further information about the location see: www.prinsenhof-delft.nl
Museum Prinsenhof Delft
Oude Delft 183-185
2611 HR Delft
(015) 260 23 58
There is limited amount of parking space nearby the Museum. You can park your car in the Phoenix garage, which is a 3 minutes walk. Other options are parking in the Marktgarage at the Willem Naghelstraat or parkinggarage Zuidpoort which are both a 10 minutes walk from the museum.