Philips Museum is all about 'Innovation and You'! Eindhoven welcomes you to the wonderful world of science. Make a click on our website to book the tickets for touring the majestic world of Gerald Philips.
Insight of the Philips Museum
Present, future, and past of a global! The permanent exhibits of the Philips Museum fascinate the viewer through the demonstrations and displays which depicts the life of a small incandescent lamp manufacturer to a leading global group. The exhibitions make sense of the impact which Philips has on the lifestyle of people with the help of historical products and remarkable stories. 'Innovation and You' allows the young and old viewer an insight into the future and the significance of modern hi-tech technology.
Mad Science is an educational event for kids and teens to learn the mysterious experiments of the science world. Spectacular tests, surprising activities and exciting demonstrations wait for its guests every weekend. Mad Science wants to make its young visitors enthusiastic about technology and science in a fantastic & playful manner.
Do you know what is in the belly of the crocodile? Do you know the secret clues hidden in the old living area? What is there in the heap of a garbage bag? Can you find the secret signs in the darkroom? Light the treasure hunt in the Philips Museum. With the use of special UV torches, children from the age of four to eight years can look for the clues hidden in the mysterious sites of the museum. Walking through the museum along with parents and holding a drawing sheet, instruction sheet and a lamp fascinate the little lovey-dovey lot. Search the hidden characters, signs and clues only with the light of the quest. Treasure Hunt is a fantastic adventure not only for the tiny tots but also for the big guests.
How to Get Tickets?
Tickets can be booked easily both offline and online. Make a click on the link of our website and get your tickets to book at the earliest. However, you can also buy the tickets from the counter available at the Philips Museum. But it will take a bit of more time. Children under six years of age can enter free of charge.
How To Get Around?
Explore the astonishing exhibitions of the Philips Museum on foot. It does not allow any vehicle or transit to get into it.
What Should I Wear?
Being a western city of the coastal arena, Netherland means no formals for the excursion. Take the apparels of high comfort. But, of course, being stylish is essential too! Carry natural shades dresses. For women, elegant, bright color top with pants and capris will look fantabulous. Men can wear jeans and trousers pairing with polo t-shirts and collared shirts. Closed toe shoes, sneakers, and sandals are good for footwear. Moreover, you can include sunglasses, scarf, floppy hat, and a sling bag for carrying essentials. Layers will help you in the cold desert air which eventually turns into scorching hot. Planning to enjoy the chilly winters of Eindhoven. Do remember to pack plenty of warm wears and thermals in your luggage.
Best Time to Visit
Philips Museum gets open at 11:00 am till 5:00 pm. It remains closed on Mondays. Eindhoven starts warming up in the spring months. You can choose March to May for exploring the blooming gardens and blossoming flowers. June through August is the hottest time. Avoid planning a tour during these months. Mercury begins to dip as autumn fall sets in Eindhoven.
Will I Need a Guide?
no. This website guides you perfectly.
How To Get There?
Eindhoven offers multiple modes for getting into it. Eindhoven International Airport is the main gateway for the city. Philips Museum is seven kilometers away from the airport. It takes less than fifteen minutes to reach the destination. It also welcomes various rails from its neighboring countries at Eindhoven Central Station. A walk of ten minutes from here will lead you to the museum. You can also grab the Express Bus Lines at an affordable fare rate. Moreover, the best way to get around the city is by bicycle, taxis, and metros. Prefer to hire a cab or self-driven vehicles for leisure tour. Walking is also a good option for exploring nearby attractions.
You are advised to book the tickets in advance as it will save your time and money. Avoid visiting it during school holidays and festive time. It restricts food, beverages, and consumption of alcoholic beverages. An adult must accompany children below the age of eleven. The administration department of the museum does not allow photography. Do not touch the displays and exhibits. Maintain silence in the exhibition hall. Behave decently at the excursion spot. Though the Philips Museum is safe and secure but still takes care of your valuable belongings. Empty your pockets and put your cash and cell phones in an inside a bag with the inner compartment. Try to carry credit and debit cards instead of money. Do not stock the money in one place. To prevent losing your most valuables in a safe deposit box in a safe at the hotel or apartment.