The Philips Museum provides a fascinating picture of the way in which Philips evolved from a small incandescent lamp manufacturer exactly 125 years ago into a multinational technology company that helps build tommorow´s society.
During a tour of the DAF Museum visitors will be
positively surprised. The inventiveness that has
been characteristic for DAF vehicles from 1928
till today will definitely fascinate visitors, even those who have no
special interest in cars and trucks.
Parktheater Eindhoven is a very modern theatre with beautiful foyers, an intermezzo, the restaurant Park & Pluche and an outside terrace in the park. With a wide variety of performances, it is the place to be for an enjoyable night out.
The Van Abbe Museum in Eindhoven was one of the first public museums for contemporary art that was established in Europe. The museum’s collection of about 2,700 works of art includes key works by Picasso, Kokoschka, McCarthy and Körmeling.
Why not have an experienced host take you on a tour of the holy ground of PSV and its Philips Stadium? Find out all there is to know about the Philips Stadium and the famous football team that plays there.
Vincentre is the name of the new Van Gogh Centre located in the village of Nuenen right next to Eindhoven. In the Vincentre you will discover how world famous eccentric artist Vincent van Gogh lived and painted here.
Eindhoven’s night life attracts people from all around. Particularly well known is Stratumseind, with over 40 bars and 10,000 visitors on a weekend night. The area features living lab De-escalate where authorities minimise the risk of brawls using lighting technology.
The most iconic building in Eindhoven is the UFO shaped Evoluon. The former Philips science museum celebrates its 50th anniversary and is currently an event centre. Since the landmark features every postcard of Eindhoven it is a true must see for visitors.