The Vermeer Combiticket gives you entry to the Vermeer Centrum Delft, Museum Prinsenhof Delft, the Oude and Nieuwe Kerk and the Vermeer cube walk. The ticket includes coffee or tea with a Dutch sweet in Café Mechelen in the Vermeer Centrum Delft. The Vermeer Combiticket is available at the VVV Delft, Kerkstraat 3 and at the Vermeer Centrum Delft.
Johannes Vermeer was baptised in the Nieuwe Kerk and buried in the Oude Kerk. In Museum Prinsenhof Delft there are works of his contemporaries. In the Vermeer Centrum Delft all his works have been brought together in beautiful copies.
Vermeer cube walk
Get to know the places where he lived and worked. Search for ‘The Little Street’ and his ‘View of Delft’, as he created them so life-like on canvas in the 17th century. You will receive a map with the Vermeer cube walk. The cubes show you his life story and the important places concerning Johannes Vermeer in the town. You can buy this walk for € 2,50 in the Vermeer Centrum Delft. The Vermeer cube walk is available in Dutch, English, French and German.
Here’s a sneak preview with beautiful images of Delft! (source: Delft Marketing)