At the west end of the Markt, the Town Hall is a gray-stone edifice with picturesque red shutters and lavish detailing, designed in 1618 by Hendrick de Keyser, one of the most prolific architects of the Golden Age. Inside is a grand staircase and Council Chamber with a famous old map of Delft. You can view the interior only by making arrangements through the Delft tourist office, which can also issue you a ticket to visit the torture chamber in Het Steen—this 13th-century
tower is all that remains from Delft's original medieval Town Hall.
Markt 87, Delft, 2611 GS, Netherlands