5611 AZ Eindhoven
The Philips Museum is located in the heart of Eindhoven on the spot where Gerard Philips started his small factory in 1891 to produce light bulbs. The building has been thoroughly renovated and converted into a beautiful modern museum. The original building has been kept intact. This building is also a national monument. In the museum you can learn more about the story of Philips. Experience how a small light bulb manufacturer developed into a world famous concern. You will feel how great the impact of Philips has been on people's lives through the ages when you walk around here and get to know the stories. In the museum you can follow an educational interactive iPad tour along important inventions of Philips from 1891 to the present and in the future. Furthermore, you can play the Mission Eureka family game with your family or friends. This makes the museum fun for both adults and children.