UPDATE 2 | Delfshaven400
Corona measures & Delfshaven400
Update: Wednesday 20 May 2020
As of June 1 we can see a bit more of each other. That is very good news. However, the announced relaxing of measures means that Delfshaven400 cannot take place as we envisioned: A four-week festival full of music, dance, spoken word, exhibitions, food, drinks and many other activities for young and old.
Historical Delfshaven has plenty to offer so we focus on what is possible. Of course, within the permitted corona measures. That is why we will organize a compact form of Delfshaven400 in 2020 with exhibitions, walking and cycling routes, food, drinks and a variety of other activities for young and old. In the coming months, we will put this hidden gem of Rotterdam, its locals and the rich history in the spotlight.
We already have a great program including the Halve Maen (open to the public from 12 June), the digital time machine TimeTransit, the exhibition in the Pelgrimvaderskerk (Pilgrim Fathers Church), (digital) portraits of Petites Images and a documentary by Droomkoffer. Furthermore, we are having promising conversations with a number of other organizations and program makers and more may be added. So keep an eye on this website and the social media channels in the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, pay close attention to yourself and the people around you. Stick to the basic rules and hopefully see you soon.
For a complete overview of the measures, see rijksoverheid.nl/coronavirus
- Food & Drinks
- Spoken word
Come aboard a faithful replica of the famous 17th century sailing ship and watch the stories of the explorers come to life.
With this digital time machine you can travel through time with your phone and experience what Delfshaven looked like 400 years ago.
Experience Delfshaven in a special way. Step aboard an atmospheric ship and sail in 45 minutes past all the interesting highlights of this historic, Rotterdam city district