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Philips museum

5611 AZ Eindhoven, Netherlands (Nordbrabant)

Address Emmasingel 31
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
Museum typ Exhibition
Radio and Kommunication in general
  • Telephone / Telex
  • Computer / Informatic
  • Biology / Medicine
  • Lamps and Light
  • Amateur Radio / Military & Industry Radio
  • Physics
  • Home Appliances

Opening times
Tuesdays - Sundays, 11am - 5pm; During the holidays for primary schools (all regions) the Philips Museum is also open on Mondays.
Dinsdag - zondag 11 – 17 uur.

Status from 05/2017
Children 6-18 years: € 4,50; Adults: € 9,00
Kinderen: 6-18 jaar: € 4,50; Volwassenen: € 9,00

Tel.:+31-40-235 90 30  eMail:info-museum  


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Location / Directions
N51.439180° E5.475590°N51°26.35080' E5°28.53540'N51°26'21.0480" E5°28'32.1240"

The Philips Museum is situated in the heart of Eindhoven, at the historic site where Gerard Philips first started out in 1891. Here you can see how a small manufacturer of incandescent lamps developed into a leading global company. You will find the Philips Museum in an easily accessible location in the center of Eindhoven.

The Philips Museum is served by excellent public transport links:
The Philips Museum is just a 10-minute walk from the central railway station in Eindhoven. There is also a good bus service to the museum; alight at the ‘Piazza’ or ‘Vrijstraat’ stop.

Location / Directions
Het Philips museum is gevestigd op de historische locatie in het centrum van Eindhoven waar Philips in 1891 de eerste gloeilamp heeft geproduceerd.

Philips Museum is uitstekend bereikbaar met het openbaar vervoer.
Het Philips museum bevindt zich op 10 minuten lopen van het centraal station van Eindhoven. Ook met de bus is het museum goed bereikbaar. Uitstaphalte Piazza of Vrijstraat.

In de omgeving van het Philips museum kunt u alleen betaald parkeren. U kunt de auto parkeren in de parkeergarages Admirant, Hooghuis, Mathildelaan, of Witte Dame.

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

A: Philips - Österreich Automatic Cassette Recorder Lucky Hit N2208 /05 (1976/77)
A: Philips - Österreich Hurrican 22AR564 (1978)
A: Philips - Österreich Video Recorder VR2020 (1981)
B: Philips Belgium 2846 -00 (1949?)
B: Philips Belgium L3X71T /01 (1957/58)
E: Philips Ibérica, Radio Recorder 22AR774/00 (1979)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven Anodenspannungsapparat 372 (1927-30?)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven 2501 (1927/28)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven 2514 (1928-31)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven Meesterzanger 2011 (1928/29)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven 2636 (1931/32)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven 930C (1931/32?)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven Microphone capsule typ 4210 (1932?)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven Super inductance 836A (1934/35)
NL: Homebrew - ORIGINAL; 1-tube Receiver 1930-1945 (1935??)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven Porteldisc 3902 (1941)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven Plankradio BX360A /00 /01 (1946/47)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven TX400U (1950)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven EL6420 /20 (1952-59)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven TX1720A-05 (1953-55)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven Bi-Ampli B6X63A (1956/57)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven HF-Oscilloscope GM5601 (1961-64)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven EL3300 /00 (1963)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven 22RL962 /00 /01 (1966)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven EL3302 /00 /12D /20D /22D /29D (1968)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven Cassette Recorder N2506 /04 /19 (1972??)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven HiFi Cassette Deck N2521 /00 (1977/78)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven 22AF180 /01E (1978)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven Compact Disc Player CD100 /00 (1982)
NL: Philips; Eindhoven LCD Pocket Color Television 3LC2050 /10G (1990)
PRC: Philips 飞 D7180 /60E (1980??)
SGP: Philips, Singapore Moving Sound D-8304 (1985)

Some example tube pages for sets you can see there:

Vacuum Pentode B443 (1927)
Television picture tube black+ MW22-14
Thyratron PL522
IC - Integrated Circuit TDA3047
Screen-grid Tetrode VW48


Visit the old factory where Gerard Philips developed the first Philips incandescent lamp more than a century ago or play Mission Eureka, an educational interactive iPad tour of Philips’ major inventions from when the company was first founded in 1891 right up to the innovations of the future.

The Philips museum tells the story about meaningful innovation and ambitious enterprise of the company focused on improving people’s lives. Philips has realized the museum because we take pride in the history of our company and it provides inspiration for the future of our company. The museum enables Philips to show the origins and evolution of our global company and to take a look to the future.

The past, present and future of a global company

The permanent exhibition gives you a fascinating insight into how Philips has developed from a small incandescent lamp manufacturer into a major, leading global company – from 1891 when the company was first founded right up to and including the innovations of the future. With the help of surprising stories and historic products, the exhibition gives you a real insight into the impact Philips has on people’s lives.


Het Philips museum vertelt het verhaal over zinvolle innovatie en ambitieus ondernemerschap van het bedrijf waarbij het verbeteren van het leven van mensen altijd centraal staat. Philips heeft dit museum gerealiseerd omdat wij trots zijn op de geschiedenis van onze onderneming en het biedt inspiratie voor de toekomst van ons bedrijf. Het museum laat de bezoeker de opkomst en ontwikkeling van het wereldconcern beleven en geeft een blik op nieuwe innovaties en ontwikkelingen. presents here one of the many museum pages. We try to bring data for your direct information about all that is relevant. In the list (link above right) you find the complete listing of museums related to "Radio & Co." we have information of. Please help us to be complete and up to date by using the contact form above.



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