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Eindhoven: Motion Imagination Experience

1. Eindhoven: Motion Imagination Experience

Be amazed Motion Imagination Experience is an immersive experience that takes the visitor into an imaginary world of images, sound and interaction. This unique combination stimulates your senses and lets you escape reality for a while. Discover, laugh and be amazed. Discover this new experience and be surprised by light shows with compelling music and huge floor projections. Are you ready for a new adventure?

Eindhoven: PSV Stadium Museum Entry Ticket

2. Eindhoven: PSV Stadium Museum Entry Ticket

Pre-book your entry ticket to the PSV Museum in Eindhoven and immerse yourself in the most coveted prizes from the club’s history. Get a closer look at the Philips Stadium and experience the red and white feeling in an interactive way. Visit the Hall of Fame featuring some of the greatest players, including Jan van Beveren and samba star Romário. Walk through the displays and learn about the club’s historic moments. Take young visitors to the interactive exhibits, including a touch screen projection globe full of special places, a periscope that allows them to take a look inside the stadium, and the Phoxy Stadium where they can play a game of football. Choose to visit one of the three on-site restaurants: Avant-Garde, the top-class restaurant in the Philips Stadium; De Verlenging, the bar serving food; or Ikigai, a top-class Asian restaurant (at your own expense). The Philips Stadium is the home ground of PSV. This beautiful, modern stadium is located in the center of Eindhoven, in exactly the same place where the sports park was located when the Philips Sport Vereniging was founded in 1913. Known as one of the most beautiful stadiums in the Netherlands, the stadium is not only a football stadium but is also multi-functional with all kinds of congress and party facilities available. 

Nuenen: Museum Vincentre Entry Ticket With Audio Tour

3. Nuenen: Museum Vincentre Entry Ticket With Audio Tour

Vincent van Gogh lived and worked for two years in Nuenen, from 1883 to 1885. During his stay, he produced almost 25% of his total work and painted his first world-famous masterpiece the “Potato Eaters”. In the Vincentre Museum, you will hear all about Van Gogh and read his own stories about Nuenen. Understand why he was so passionate about this city and the surroundings of Eindhoven. Also, during his time in Nuenen, Vincent gave lessons. Discover a unique collection of original artworks by four of Vincent's students. Benefit from an audio guide in no fewer than eight languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese and Chinese. In the village itself, there is 23 locations that have a direct link with Van Gogh. Together, they form a walking and cycling route with interactive informational signs in Dutch and English.

Eindhoven: Strijp-S Industrial Park Guided Walking Tour

4. Eindhoven: Strijp-S Industrial Park Guided Walking Tour

Explore the Strijp-S district and see how creative architecture has reshaped this area from the former Philips industrial area into a shopping and working hotspot in Eindhoven. Purchase a coffee or tea with the included discount and take home a gadget as a souvenir (only for group tour). Meet your guide at the hip restaurant BLOK 63-S. Begin your journey to uncover the impact that Philips has had on this area. See how the former factory buildings have been transformed into a dynamic area for living, working and culture. Witness how industrial themes become artistic. View how this company that made transformational technologies had a lasting impact in the area at stops like at the Klokgebouw where the numbers of the clock show the letters of PHILIPS instead of numbers. End your tour at the relaxed and vibrant Feelgood Market where you purchase some handcrafts, eat some local delicacies, or buy a drink.

Eindhoven: City Center Walking Tour

5. Eindhoven: City Center Walking Tour

Discover Eindhoven's rich industrial past, the modern and transparent architecture of the Blob and van Abbemuseum, and the general spirit of creative entrepreneurship on a guided walking tour of the inner city. What makes Eindhoven so unique? The reuse of raw industrial heritage factories, the creativity in the design field, and the exciting transformation of this friendly city. Led by an experienced and enthusiastic city guide, discover the versatility of this modern, but at the same time, historic city. See transformed buildings like the Stadsbrouwerij (brewery) and the Kazerne (design hotspot), the first lightbulb factory of Philips, and the beautiful St. Catharinakerk. Get a real feel for Eindhoven, known as the center of the Brainport region.

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What people are saying about Eindhoven

The tour was great, this was just to look at the museum and when you get there if you buy a ticket for the stadium tour the museum part is included. Really good experience though even bought a scarf at the end. Good luck for the season

Very nice experience, have been in there for almost 2 hours! Our youngest is 2.5 and the oldest 17.5 so for a very wide range of age.

Lovely wonderful experience… but a little hard to find