Museums in Zeeland, North Brabant, Limburg
At these museums you will learn more about the surroundings and history. Zeeland has a special relationship with the sea, North Brabant played a vital part in WWII, and Limburg also has an extraordinary history. The museums here have more to offer, however. Discover beautiful design and art collections. Check out where the museums are here.
Museums in Noord-Brabant
Visit a stunning Gerrit Rietveld building and its magnificent grounds, newly open to the public.
Discover how art and society influence each other at Design Museum Den Bosch.
Marvel at original paintings by Vincent van Gogh, who lived in Brabant, as well as an impressive collection of Master paintings from 1500-1800.
Discover the Jheronimus Bosch Art Center and learn about the life and works of the famous painter Hieronymus Bosch.
Discover the Museum Quarter and 5 other museums in Den Bosch.
Explore a range of revolutionary innovations
Discover the story of the city of Breda at the Stedelijk Museum Breda.
Learn all about the textile industry in Tilburg.
Camp Vught was a Nazi concentration camp located near the city of 's-Hertogenbosch.
Modern art in a modern museum.
Experience Vincent’s stories at the beginning of his career at the Van Gogh Church in Etten-Leur.
A unique exhibition space in the house where Van Gogh was born.
Experience the occupation and persecution, as well as the resistance and D-Day at the Overloon war museum and visit the cemetery to commemorate the British soldiers who did not see the end of Operation Market Garden.
Museums in Limburg
Spend hours looking at the museum’s impressive modern art collection which encompasses Ecole de Paris, Art informel, COBRA, minimal art, Arte Povera and Neo-expressionism
Learn more about Maastricht and Limburgs’s cultural heritage in permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Immerse yourself in stories from WWII in vivid, life-size detail at this innovative museum.
The Fotomuseum aan het Vrijthof is a museum showcasing Maastricht’s local history, art and artefacts, housed in an eye-catching red building called the ‘Spanish Government’.
An extraordinary building featuring temporary exhibitions of Limburg’s art.
Spend the night at this extraordinary hotel and discover unique archaeological finds from the Roman era, such as a well, road and gateway.