Our permanent exhibition gives you a fascinating insight into how Philips has developed from a small incandescent lamp manufacturer into a major, leading global company – from 1891 when the company was first founded right up to and including the innovations of the future. With the help of surprising stories and historic products, the exhibition gives you a real insight into the impact Philips has on people’s lives.
The Philips Museum enables visitors to experience Philips’ history in a variety of different ways. You can play our interactive family game Mission Eureka, take your family or friends on a tour with one of our expert guides, or take part in one of our special activities during the school holidays. See our Agenda page for details of the range of activities currently on offer.
Philips Museum is accessible for disabled visitors.
The museum is also suitable for wheelchairs and has an elevator. There is a wheelchair available at the Philips museum. If desired, please book in advance. Call +31 (0) 40 235 90 30.
HOW TO REACH
Philips museum is a 10-minute walk from the main train station of Eindhoven. Also by bus, the museum is easily accessible. Exit Stop Piazza or Vrijstraat.
nearby Philips museum you can park just paid. You can park the car in the parking garages Admirant, Hooghuis, Mathildelaan or White Lady.
Getting in and out of coach can only be on the right lane of the Emmasingel coaches may (temporarily) park on the P & R area Meerhoven, Southern parallel to the Our Lady Street, between John F. Kennedylaan and Dommel and on the south service road of Professor Dr. Dorgelolaan.
Children under 6 years free
Children 6-18 years € 4.00
Adults € 8.00
Tour € 50.00 plus entrance fee (max. Size per group: 12 persons) The Museum is not valid at the Philips Museum.