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  • 1 De Pont (Stichting voor Hedendaagse Kunst) Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Wilhelminapark 1

    The De Pont foundation was created by a Tilburg businessman: Jan de Pont (1915-1987) who wished to promote contemporary art. The museum is in the old Thomas de Beer wool mill and is mainly lit by daylight. You can see works by R. Serra, M. Dumas, T. ..

  • 2 Nederlands Textielmuseum Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Goikestraat 96

    Located in the Mommers & Co tectile factory, this "activity" museum gives an attractive overview of the textile industry in the Netherlands and especially the wool industry in Tilburg. The large steam engine (still working) dates from 1906...

  • 3 Stadhuisplein

    Architecture, castles and historic districts


    This is main square of Tilburg from which the busy pedestrainised streets fan out. Like any recently expanded town, Tilburg has modern buildings (stadsschouwburg, stadhuis) which stand proudly around this square.

  • 4 Stadsschouwburg (Municipal theatre)

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Built in 1961 by the architects Bijvoet and Holt, this building has a glass part alongside large windowless brick surfaces in overlapping planes with concave lines.

  • 5 Stadhuis

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The town hall is a building with sober lines covered in black granite stuck on in 1971 to the neoGothic palace of King William II. He lived at Tilburg for a long time and died there in 1849.

  • 6 Noordbrabants Natuurmuseum

    Museums and art

    Spoorlaan 434

    Close to the train station, the natural history museum dedicates several exhibitons to the fauna and flora of the province of Noord-Brabant (North Brabant) and the relationship between humans and nature.

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