Networking party in Delft
Enjoy good food, drinks and conversations during the Networking party in the beautiful city of Delft. This party will take place in the city centre at Museum Prinsenhof Delft a unique historical building and former court of William of Orange. The party will be preceded by a visit to the museum. There will be a special access with dedicated open hours to all delegates of the First International Robotics Week.
In Museum Prinsenhof you can first meet the old Masters in Innovation, Delft creating history
Over the centuries, Delft artists and scientists have played a leading role in the development of the Netherlands. Find out more about famous Delft residents such as Johannes Vermeer, Michiel van Mierevelt, Anthonie van Leeuwenhoek and Hugo de Groot. Discover how they changed the Netherlands and the world with new insights, discoveries and creativity.
The party will take place in the Van der Mandele hall at the museum the Prinsenhof with a spectacular view through the glass roof of the Old Church. The architecture is a mix of modern and classical elements. (This Old Church of Delft is a sagging tower, just like the Tower of Pisa. Nevertheless, the tower is still just as imposing as it was during the Middle Ages). This beautiful hall, popularly known as the glass Hall, used to be the forecourt of William of Orange’s residence. The architecturally welcoming in Van der Mandele hall will start this evening at 19:00 hrs.
Short evening program:
17:30 hrs leaving from World Forum by coaches to Delft
18:15 hrs arrival Museum Prinsenhof (depends on traffic)
18:15 – 19:15 visiting the Museum Prinsenhof
19:00 hrs start with amuse and first drink in the van der Mandele hall
20:00 hrs starting food buffet + further drink buffet
22.00 hrs end of the evening
22:00 hrs leaving by coaches back to WF The Hague
Location : Museum Prinsenhof Delft, Sint Agathaplein 1, 2611 HR Delft
Date : Wednesday, April 19
Time : 17:30 to 22:00
Cost : € 95 per person excl. VAT
From the railway station in Delft, the museum is within a short walk of about 8 minutes.
From the main entrance of the station, turn left and walk along the water toward the Old Church. This is the Phoenixstraat. When you see a cast iron gate on your right hand side, take a right. You are now at the Agathaplein. You will find the museum entrance on the opposite side of the square.
Bus – line 51, stop Prinsenhof
Tram – Line 1, stop Prinsenhof; line 19, stop Nieuwe Plantage
Car – Parking is available nearby in parking garage Phoenix (Phoenixstraat 29)