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The Randstad Sights

Nusantara Museum

  • Sint Agathaplein 4 Map It
  • Delft

Updated 09/02/2012

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In the same courtyard as the Prinsenhof Museum, the Nusantara has a colorful collection of ethnographic costumes and artifacts from the Dutch East Indies—most of it is ill-gotten gains from the 17th century by members of the Dutch East India Company. A large Javanese gamelan (percussion orchestra) takes center stage inside, and is surrounded by Indo-European batik, Hindu statuettes, shields and intricately carved spears, diamond-encrusted daggers, wayang kulit (shadow puppets), and a beautifully carved tomb. Other displays chart the history of the spice trade.

Sight Information


Sint Agathaplein 4, Delft, 2611 HR, Netherlands

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Sight Details:

  • €3.50; combined ticket to Het Prinsenhof and Nusantara museums €10
  • Tues.–Sun. 11–5

Updated 09/02/2012


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