Agnetapark

Agnetapark, Delft: Hours, Address, Agnetapark Reviews: 4.5/5

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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Monday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tuesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Wednesday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Thursday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Friday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Saturday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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george5026
Suffolk, United Kingdom26 contributions
Couples
It was extremely hot and busy in Delft centre, so we walked from the rail station past the building site and the windmill to Agnetapark and found a well-preserved example of an industrial social housing project from the 1800's with a park and working fountain - and it was deserted apart from a couple of fishermen and a solitary dogwalker. The houses within the park were noticeably better maintained and tidier than in nearby streets. We sauntered back to the middle of town along the pleasant and peaceful banks of the Rijn-Schiekannal until we came to the Koepoort Brug and returned to the hustle and bustle.
Written July 7, 2015
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Ton M
Delft, The Netherlands6 contributions
Friends
This park dates from 1877.
And was Commissiond by J.C.van Marken and his wife Agneta
It looks a bit like Sun City
It belongs to Monumment care like The Nationale Trust in the UK
And Itink that says ennough
Written August 16, 2014
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Dracorange
Delft, The Netherlands22 contributions
Solo
This area of Delft used to be the property of the nearby factory. The houses built here were for the people working in the factory and their families. As you walk around the park and the houses you have a feeling of being submerged in another time. It is nice to see that the inhabitants are doing what they can to preserve this feeling. There is a local cafe at this park where you can sit down to enjoy some tea or coffee.
Written June 4, 2014
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Hans Brinker
The low lands247 contributions
Magnificently conserved company housing. Eraliest part beautifully landscpaed (same landscape architect as Vondelpark Amsterdam) dates from 1890s. Second and largest part from 1920’s is perfect example of Amsterdam school (art deco) of architecture: geometric lines in street plan, roofs, front doors, windows. Colours from that time. Beautifully laid out in geometric grid around large rectangular pond. Latest addition in 1960, not intersting.
Total is national monument. Look at the houses and be amazed. The setup promoted social interaction and contriol, and all (even on the upper levels in the 1920s part) had gardens to relax and grow veggies.
10 minutes walking from the historic center of Delft, and get immersed in a relaxing atmosphere from days gone by.
Prepare for the visit by reading the amazing story of Jacques and Agneta (namegiver) Van Marken, a remarkable couple that founded the largest industry in Delft. (Yeast and salad oil). Read how they shaped modern Delft, industrially and socially.
Written September 26, 2017
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WorldTravelOne
Amsterdam, The Netherlands8,629 contributions
Couples
The park is nice, with manicured lawns, statues, a fountain and benches (but some maintenance is lacking in that department). The site looks so tranquile and quiet, but it is not unfortunately the noise from neigboring industry is pervasive.
Written October 9, 2016
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janvanderburg2001
Delft, The Netherlands5 contributions
Business
Unique example of an old-fashioned patriarchic project. A Captain of Industry wanting to control the lives of his workers in every respect, including their housing. Beautiful archictecture.
Written July 25, 2016
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bob s
Hong Kong, China270 contributions
Family
het agneta park, we had an office there, we went there in the years back from now for music in the Tent. the most touching is the silence, the place which is kept away from the city noises. the small cafe on the corner, the old KNGSF pension office, the buildings in the park, the houses, they all fit in this place totally back in time. it was winter, it was rainy, no snow. still you close your eyes and one is back home
Written June 2, 2016
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Theodor v
Rijswijk, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands33 contributions
Friends
If you want to experience a -post-industrialistic village inbedded in the town of Delft.. go there! It is originated early 1900.. and was the first social housing project ever and an initiative of the Yeast- and pennicillin factory
Written November 24, 2013
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bob s
Hong Kong, China270 contributions
Friends
As a memory lane park it is a small wonder, as a park for viewers, well it is in a part of the city of Delft not so known, the Hof van Delft part, was the farmer place before, transformed in 1900 to a living and working area. a masons workshop is still there for generations, the rest has all left because of what they call progress. It is a small town within the city of Delft with a typical character not found anywhere else.
Written April 8, 2013
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