KLM Delft Blue houses

Create your own Delft Blue city with our KLM miniature houses.
 
KLM houses Amsterdam
 

Unique gift in World Business Class

Since the 1950s, we present every World Business Class passenger with a unique gift: a Delft Blue miniature traditional Dutch house, filled with Dutch gin, also known as genever.

Each one of them depicts a real Dutch building. Every year on 7 October we celebrate our birthday by presenting a new house.

Over the years, our miniature houses have become desirable collectors' items, generating a lively trade amongst passengers. 

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KLM’s miniature house #100: Huis ten Bosch Palace

KLM 100 miniature house

In celebration of our 100th birthday in 2019, we’ve added a brand-new house to the KLM miniature series: Huis ten Bosch Palace. 

Designed by architect Pieter Post and built in 1645, Huis ten Bosch Palace was originally a summer residence of stadtholder Prince Frederick Henry and his wife, Princess Amalia. Following the prince’s death, it turned into a memorial. 

After 1815, when William I was proclaimed the first King of the Netherlands, members of the royal family often took up residence in Huis ten Bosch. Amongst them Queen Beatrix and Prince Claus with their family, they went to live there in 1981. 

Nowadays, Huis ten Bosch is the residential palace of King Willem-Alexander, Queen Máxima, and their 3 daughters. The palace also has a ceremonial function.

 
 

KLM Delft Blue houses app

If you have an iPhone, iPad or Android phone, you can keep track of your collection. Simply download our app to view a list of all our Delft Blue houses ever produced.

You’ll have all miniatures that are already in your possession at a glance. And you can view the ones you have your eyes on for your next journey in our World Business Class.

 
 

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