Dutch Costume Museum (Het Klederdrachtmuseum)
The Dutch Costume Museum is in a 17th-century canal house on the Herengracht. The house was originally built by ropemaker Jan Jacobsz van Gelder. It lies in the UNESCO-protected Canal Belt, between the Spui and the Leidseplein. The well-preserved interior contains an original Blue Delft toilet, which is still in use.