The Prinsenhof in the city of Delft in the Netherlands is an urban palace built in the Middle Ages as a monastery. Later it served as a residence for William the Silent. William was murdered in the Prinsenhof in 1584 - the holes in the wall made by the bullets at the main stairs are still visible.
The building now houses a municipal museum. The museum was established in 1911. Today, the building displays a collection of Dutch Golden Age paintings.
Tue - Sun: 11 am - 5 pm
Closed on: New Year's Day, Christmas Day
Children up to the age of 11: free entrance
Youth 12-18 years: €5
CJP (Youth Culture Pass), Student pass/ISIC cardholders €5
Official website http://www.prinsenhof-delft.nl/
Phone +31 15 2602358
Address Sint Agathaplein 1, 2611 Delft, The Netherlands
Coordinates 52°0'44.521" N 4°21'17.172" E