Eindhoven used to be an industrial powerhouse and this still can be observed through its distinct architectural style. The city offers great cultural attractions to its visitors. There are amazing museums, lovely parks, and historic churches all over Eindhoven.
Van Abbemuseum showcases great contemporary art every year and is home to many works of significant artists such as Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall. The museum is one of the most popular attractions of Eindhoven and has striking architecture.
PreHistorisch Dorp is a pretty interesting open-air museum that exhibits the life in Eindhoven during Iron Age to Middle Ages. PreHistorisch Dorp offers one of a kind journey to the ancient times with lots of reenactments and plays.
DAF Museum is dedicated to DAF Trucks which was founded in Eindhoven. The museum exhibits plenty of interesting engineering tools and the blueprints of first DAF Trucks. DAF Museum is pretty well-curated has something interesting for every visitor.
Eindhoven was also home to another industrial giant, Philips. The Philips Museum tells founder Gerard Philips’ story and goes on about the success of the company over the years. There are plenty of games available for children in the museum.
St. Catherine's Church is the gorgeous historic landmark of the Eindhoven. The church was completed in 1867 and has spectacular neo-gothic architecture. The church is walking distance away from the city center and is a must-see attraction.
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