Tilburg is a pleasant and lively city in Brabant where you can enjoy cultural events, great food and a broad range of shops. Tilburg is also famous for its annual ten-day funfair, which draws a great deal of people.
- Visit the TextielMuseum in Tilburg and learn more about the past and present of the textile industry.
- See Vincent Van Gogh’s drawing classroom at the Stadsmuseum.
- Combine an afternoon of shopping with a great restaurant in Tilburg.
What’s there to do in Tilburg?
Tilburg has an extremely broad cultural offering. One of its highlights is the TextielMuseum, where you can learn about the present and past of the textile industry. You might also want to see Vincent van Gogh ‘s drawing classroom (Tekenlokaal¬) at Stadsmuseum Tilburg. This is where Van Gogh attended his first drawing classes as a 13-year-old boy. Tilburg also has the biggest pop stage in the south: pop centre 013. This building is notable with its rounded shape, which makes it appear seem as if hundreds of CDs are stuck to the building.
And of course there is ample opportunity to go shopping in Tilburg. The city’s highly varied shopping district is centred around Heuvelstraat.
Where to eat?
You’ll never have to search for a restaurant in the pleasant city centre of Tilburg. We have selected three great restaurants for you:
Stylish and trendy restaurant that was elected ‘best restaurant of Tilburg’ with good reason. Enjoy pure dishes made with fresh regional produce. Address: Heuvelpoort 300, Tilburg
2) Auberge Du Bonheur
In a beautiful building in a lovely location, chef Ralph Blaakenburg prepares the best dishes for you, which are served with excellent wines. Address: Bredaseweg 441, Tilburg
3) Prins Heerlijk
Prins Heerlijk can be found in Tilburg’s inner city. This good, honest restaurant serves a great lunch and lovely dinner. We recommend their selection of specialty beers! Address: Nieuwlandstraat 16, Tilburg
Every year in July, everything in Tilburg revolves around the ten-day Tilburgse Kermis or Tilburg Fair. It is the biggest funfair in the Benelux and draws 1.5 million visitors every year. The entire inner city serves as the fairground and is filled with attractions, rides and happy people.