Visit the Delft water tower, a historic national monument from 1896 and a defining architectural landmark within the Delft cityscape (listen to an audio introduction here). With your ticket you can visit the tower on your own and enjoy the special view of Delft and its surroundings from the roof.
The water tower is open to the public during the weekend on Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 to 17:00. You can visit the water tower for €3,50 per person by booking a ticket online via the button below. You can also book a combination ticket and visit both the water tower and the current exhibition(s) at RADIUS. Please note that the venue is not wheelchair accessible.
Water Tower Tour
Visit the Delft water tower accompanied by an experienced tour guide. This tour takes you through the Kalverbos and tells the history of this place in relation to Delft drinking water and the development of the drinking water supply around the Industrial Revolution. The Delft water tower (1895) made an important contribution to the development of Delft, in particular by providing clean drinking water from the dunes of Monster and thus ended a continuous series of cholera epidemics. The tour ends on top of the water tower with a spectacular view over Delft and its surroundings.
A guided tour (private company) can be reserved for €200 (group size up to 20 people) by sending an email to educator Fleur Knops via firstname.lastname@example.org.