Delft and ceramics are inextricably linked. Not only does the city have a centuries-old tradition in the field of ceramics, it is also home to an extremely active and contemporary ceramics industry. Experience Delft's ceramic highlights on our ceramics route!
PRACTICAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE WALKING ROUTE
The Delft Ceramics Walk takes you past ceramic works of art in public spaces, museums and (former) earthenware firing facilities.
The ceramics route is about 3.5 kilometres long and starts and ends at St Agathaplein. Follow the route at your own pace and completely free of charge using your smartphone.
From blue and white Delftware lamp posts to a tribute to Gaudi, and from the Delft cow to the Delft Blue murals in the Bonte Ossteeg: this route takes you past all the ceramics highlights of Delft. What if you accidentally take a wrong turn? No problem, the digital map shows you where you are and how to get to the next point on the route. Want to know more? You can find the Delft Ceramics Route here.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT DELFT BLUE POTTERY
Would you like to see with your own eyes how Delft Blue pottery is made? We have listed a number of addresses for you. These are great places to visit after your walk!
What else to do in Delft? Here you can find other walking routes through Delft to discover the different hidden gems of the city!
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