The overview of this page is definitely not complete, but you will find here the most important museums in Eindhoven.
Van Abbemuseum - Bilderdijklaan 10
The Van Abbemuseum is one of the leading museums for modern and contemporary art. The impressive collection includes works of Picasso, Chagall, Kandinsky, El Lissitzky, Theo van Doesburg, Mondriaan and Appel. January 2003 the completely renovated museum opened its doors again.
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Eindhoven Museum (former Historic Open Air Museum and Kempenland Museum) - Boutenslaan 161 B
Let’s go back to prehistoric time and the Middle Ages. Brew your own beer, be your own Iron Age blacksmith, stroll among centuries’ old farm houses, hayricks, and herb gardens. The Eindhoven Museum makes you relive times from long ago.
Philips Museum - Emmasingel 31
The Philips museum provides a fascinating picture of the way in which Philips evolved from a small incandescent lamp manufacturer into a large and prestigious international group of companies.
From the company’s origins in 1891 to the innovations of tomorrow.
Ton Smits Huis - Jacob Reviuslaan 25
The house, brightly painted in blue, white and pink, used to be the home of the world famous cartoonist Ton Smits (1921-1981). The place, still in habited by his widow, houses a large collection of his paintings and lyrical cartoons.
DAF Museum, T +31 (0)40 24 44 364
PSV Museum - Ingang 17 Philips Stadion,Stadionplein 2
The PSV museum opened its doors today after PSV hero Willy van der Kuijlen had performed the unveiling ceremony, in the presence of many former players. Accompanied by two 100-year-old fans, Mister PSV’ symbolically opened the museum with a well-struck shot.