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- Delightful museum filled with mostly modern paintings. Some other types of art which were also captivating. The building itself is spacious and has an interesting layout. Expect to spend between 1.5 and 2.5 hours here.Written 11 September 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Fantastic burgers, looking out on the canal. The staff very friendly and told us about the brewery across the road which husband enjoyed their beer. The toilet is in the old boat, that had been turned into a bar. That was beautiful inside. They also do sandwiches and salads.Written 29 July 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great experience. Brings you back to being a child again. The rooftop is definitely worth a visit as well after you've finished the maze!Written 8 August 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Beautiful building with interesting exhibit. Especially liked the upstairs display of textile art. Must see for anyone who is interested in either the industrial or artistic part of textiles.Written 13 July 2020
- The natuurmuseum in Tilburg surprised me in a positive sense. I expected it to be fairly small, but it actually has quite an extensive collection.
Upon arrival, you'll be greeted at the front desk. Tickets are 12,50. There are reduced tickets for kids at 10,50 and and students at 11,50. For people who have a Museumkaart, it's free.
Adres purchasing a ticket, you'll pass the museum cafeteria before entering the main exhibition. This exhibition consists of a ton of taxidermy animals, all sorted according to sort. Each showcase has a little TV that allows you to research the animals. During Covid regulations, each visitor received a little stylo to tap the screen with.
On the second floor there were multi other exhibitions. To mention a couple; nature in Brabant, the ice age, animals and reproduction and for kids there is a large play/ discovery area. They also have an interactive and digital pubquiz, which is quite cleverly made. Once on the ground floor again, you'll pass throw an awesome prehistoric exhibition. It has animals, little decors with mannequins and all the sounds and lights to make it immersive. Lastly, you'll get to see the skeleton of a giant spermwhale and visit the gift shop.
I really loved visiting and I will go back some day to look at everything thing again. I think it would also be great fun with kids!
It is easy to reach as there is a parking garage close by. The train station is located at a walking distance. It will take you around 5-10 minutes.Written 11 January 2021
- LocHal is a great place to study, hangout or just look around. There is a nice cafe offering great coffee and there is always a cool exhibition going on. LocHal is another great project in Spoorzone that brightens the city of Tilburg.Written 2 July 2020
- What a surprising place, dedicated to reptiles, spiders & other small animals and birds, with highly motivated and loving staff. Went with small kids (8-10 yrs) and they loved it. They could touch snakes & spiders, look at a bird of prey show and see monkeys, crocodiles and all kinds of other reptiles.
Small restaurant is present for the coffee of the parents, and ice cream of the kids.Written 4 February 2019
- I just love Theaters Tilburg. The two buildings, though built in a different architectural style, still represent a unity through the large glass walls. For the people who keep an open eye there are many works of art to be seen in both buildings, but mostly in the Schouwburg. But my favourite location is the Concertzaal with its amazing lightning art, by Peter Struycken. And of course the sometimes very special choices in programs. I just love most of the cross over concerts!Written 17 November 2016
- For me, one of Tilburg’s nicest attractions is this church of Saint Joseph. It is neo-Gothic and found in the centre of the city by the main square. The two prominent towers outside reach almost eighty-metres high and are very striking. The interior arches and colonnades are less unique but still grand all the same.Written 11 August 2020
- The modest 16th century chapel was restored in 1972, and was a place of pilgrimage since the 19th century. Nowadays it is still a place of worship and the people maintaining it keep the place immaculate and in very good shape with fresh flowers in front of the madonna with child and lots of activities like concerts and the weekly 'rozenhoedje' on Mondays. It is a small and cozy place with in addition to the niche with madonna, sixty chairs and a small organ.
Interesting to visit if you want to find out about Roman Catholic tradition and culture that still constitutes the core of the value system in Brabant.
Note the relics near the madonna (legs, knees, hearts etc.) and the plaques with words of thanks to the holy mother on the wall left next to the entrance: "thank you for having opened my eyes."Written 26 October 2017
- The staff is friendly and helpful in getting around Tilburg. This location of the tourist office is inside the building of the Natuurmuseum and its form is a bit weird, it is basically in the form of the letter L. The tourist office is relatively small.Written 2 November 2016
- Its rite opposite to Lunchroom Carrousel . The church looks really great with amazing infrastructure . The location was superb.Written 16 April 2017
- I understood it was too complicated to build another highrise here, as the terrain is enclosed by the railwayline and another traffic artery. Instead a park has been realized at this left-over space. Good they involved ordinary citizens in development of the park. It resulted in a site where many activities can take place: picnic and barbecue, cultural events, simple sports, restaurant. There even is a campsite. I missed tall shade providing trees and shrubs to foster a more gardenlike atmosphere. .Written 13 May 2021
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