Philips Museum - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Philips Museum
The Philips Museum is located in the North Brabant city of Eindhoven and deals with the history of the company Philips . It is located in Philips' first light bulb factory. The entire process in various steps, starting with purified cotton wool and ending with a ready-to-use lamp, can still be followed in detail within the museum in 2020. A space has been opened , which is furnished as a lamp factory from the 1920s
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Attractions Near Philips Museum
St. Catherine's Church
0.38km from Philips Museum
A majestic architectural wonders in Eindhoven. This church has been around since the 13th century and was dedicated to the saint from Alexandria. The current structure was commissioned sometime in the 19th century. It is designed by Pierre Cuypers and is one of the famous pilgrimage centers in this area and also a tourist destination too.
0.7km from Philips Museum
The Van Abbemuseum is a museum for modern and contemporary art in the center of the North Brabant city of Eindhoven . The museum was opened in 1936. The Van Abbemuseum is named after its founder Henri van Abbe . Van Abbe was a lover of modern art and wanted Eindhoven to enjoy it. In 2010, the collection of the museum houses more than 2700 works of art, of which approximately 1000 works on paper , 700 paintings and 1000 sculptures , installations and video works.
1.06km from Philips Museum
The DAF Museum is a museum in Eindhoven that focuses on the history of Van Doorne's Automobiel Fabriek , DAF for short. It is located in the Tongelre district of Eindhoven. n particular, many DAF vehicles are on display in the museum, including sports cars and prototypes. Many of these prototypes are cars that never went into production. Part of the museum has also been set up for the large collection of trucks.
1.83km from Philips Museum
The pre-Historic Village in Genneper Parken in Eindhoven is a historical open-air museum that is part of the Eindhoven Museum . The museum shows through archaeological reconstructions of buildings and living history 6 different eras: the time of hunters and gatherers , the time of the first farmers, the Indigenous-Roman era, the time of the Vikings and Franks , the time of Trade and Cities and the Eighty Years' War .
1.85km from Philips Museum
The Eindhoven Museum is an archaeological open-air museum in Eindhoven, Netherlands, focusing on the Iron Age and Middle Ages in the province of North Brabant. It focuses on the daily lives and routines of people in the time periods mentioned, through demonstrations and recreations of buildings, practices and routines.
7.28km from Philips Museum
DippieDoe amusement park is the ideal day out for families with children up to 13 years old. With more than 25 fun, exciting and cool attractions on a 12,000 m2 outer harbor and 3,000 m2 inner harbor, there is always something to do! You get unlimited access to all attractions. The attractions in the park are both indoor and outdoor. The park is mainly aimed at families with children up to 12 years old.
Discover More Attractions in North Brabant, Home of Philips Museum
North Brabant is a province in the south of the Netherlands. North Brabant is a haven for nature lovers. Its picturesque landscape features small historic villages, windmills and stunning castles such as Heeze, Heezwijk and Gemmert. For a change of scenery, travelers can visit Eindhoven. This industrial city features a number of art galleries and museums, such as Van Abbemuseum.