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O Philips Museum está localizado em Eindhoven, Holanda e é dedicado à história da empresa Philips. O museu está alojado em uma antiga Philips Factory e inclui uma variedade de exposições sobre a história da empresa e seus produtos. O museu também possui uma biblioteca e um arquivo com uma coleção de documentos e produtos da Philips.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Thursday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Friday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Saturday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Sunday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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🗣️ Philips Museum: Opiniões
I'm not a techy at all, but I thoroughly enjoyed seeing how this company shaped Eindhoven into the city it is today, and how it has contributed to The Netherlands overall.
The history behind Philips and their inventions, products and development. A place that is a must to visit in Eindhoven.
Philips Museum is a must if you are visiting Eindhoven , I went there for many times and each time I discover something new in this history rich place, Staff at all visits were so friendly, the place is kid friendly and I have my kid in all the visits, you will be surprised by the history of innovation in Philips. If you are living in Eindhoven, always keep following up on the special events and themes.
Very well organized museum with so much historical material. You will get to know so much more than you do if you spend 1,5-2 hours here. Definitely recommended
If you like to learn anything about history of Philips company this is a very right place to start.
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A great museum telling the story of the Philips' history and the company's influence on Eindhoven. Even though, it sometimes feels more like advertisement of the company, it is a great experience, nonetheless. And as a foreigner, I appreciate ALL texts are translated into English.
If you want to know why Eindhoven is called "city of Philips" then you need to visit this museum. I recommend doing it when you arrive in the city as then it is easier to spot that several companies in a region were part of Philips earlier.
Foi realmente perspicaz para aprender sobre a história da Philips e seus marcos avançados. O museu apresenta uma atividade para as crianças, para que elas tenham um objetivo ao longo da jornada. Experiências interativas nostálgicas e de alta tecnologia!
Eu realmente gostei deste museu. O layout e as peças que você tem que ver no interior valeram o preço. Eu recomendaria este lugar se você quiser descobrir o passado da empresa Philips e se quiser ver alguma tecnologia antiga. Eles também têm guias de áudio que fornecem muito mais informações sobre as coisas encontradas no museu.
A short but very effective history lesson. Small but tight museum, very well organized. Perfect for 1 hour of relax!
Must visit for technology enthusiats. The impact of what Philips has achieved is carefully shown, but its not enough.
Super interesting! It presents all the info you would ever want to know about Philips and more in an easy-to-follow, engaging format.
If you have any relationship with Eindhoven or are curious about the major force that shaped it in the last century, then you should visit this museum. Friendly and helpful staff. Lots of recognition and nostalgia. For example, they had the exact type of television we used to have at home. Also some PSV history ( which I am less interested in ), some interactive exhibits and a very nice exhibit about the marketing posters of the past.
Very interesting museum where can be visited by adults and children. It’s a place that exhibits the amazing story of Philips company with several great and very useful inventions, developments contributing to people’s life and medical science.
Lovely museum! Particularly recommend the cafe, which does lovely coffee and free biscuits with the Philips logo on them!
A great place to know Philips history.
It was such an amazing experience to visit it! To see the full story of the bulb and his birth. On the ground floor you can see how it developed from the first gas bulb till our modern led lights. And you can as well have a conversation with a robot :D . On the first floor instead you can visit some interesting areas where you get in contact with Philips technologies. The price to enter the museum was quite high, but it deserved all the money
nice and interesting museum at Eindhoven downtown, I highly recommend it for everyone who likes culture and technology, its cashless museum and previously be prepared, 11 euros for 1 and 30 minutes, worth every penny you put for.
Eu realmente amo tudo neste museu. Museu pequeno de dois andares, embora tão informativo que você se sentirá muito envolvido para pular qualquer coisa. A experiência de óculos de VR foi boa. Também amei toda a gama de produtos que a Philips desenvolveu ao longo do tempo. Você pode ver, por exemplo, o primeiro produto que eles haviam projetado no passado. Você também pode fazer um passeio de áudio gratuito, onde explica principalmente tudo. Há um curta -metragem também em uma das seções. Você pode ouvir a história e a experiência de trabalho de poucos funcionários ex Philip. Tive muita sorte de também pegar uma palestra às 14h sobre a invenção de rádio, o que foi interessante. Aplaasia por organizar isso e explicar os detalhes técnicos do rádio e como a radiofrequência funcionava naqueles dias. Eles tinham um café fofo perto da entrada, onde, se você pedir um café, você recebe um biscoito com a Philips Shield impressa nele. Qual é uma ótima ideia legal! Além disso, a lâmpada é usada como um vaso de flores nas mesas de café, o que é tão criativo. As luzes LED parecendo uma vela também eram divertidas de se ver. Graças a toda a equipe que organiza e mantém este museu. Acho que toda a experiência vale minha visita e poderia recomendar felizmente alguém para visitar ❤️
A scenic spot that Eindhoven must visit, the city has become more charming because of the lights, which is also a very important way to commemorate Philips.
I believe what I like the most about this place, is not only learning the history about a family business that changed history, but also, the people who work there, so nice and kind to every visitor.
The great museum is for both parents and kids. you are traveling in time with the history of philips. Also for kids, there is a small game and a prize.
Fantastic place, but especially memorable for anyone who has a happy history of being associated with this great company
One of best museums in the Netherlands. Nicely explained history of Philips and journey towards healthcare innovative solutions provider from bulb manufacturing company. There is a treasure hunt for kids which is a plus .
Technology is one of my big passions in life, so this museum was a must to visit. I was definitely not disappointed, and had a great time! Highly recommended. Pictures taken in 2018.
In addition to its great exhibitions and collections, I gave 5 stars for this museum because of the service by its staffs. They are super friendly from the start, from the beginning we came and scanned our tickets. They explained us everything about the museum, offered us the torch for the kid to have fun with its hide and seek symbol game. A free glass of lemonade for the kid is also a nice service for them kid. I was wondering why this museum is not on the kids-proof museum list Also, The exhibitions are really interactive, but I suggest they add more to make it more ‘philips’! Overall really recommended for you who wants to know how philips was invented and used for many activities around the world!
The museum nicely captures the history and the evolution of Philips from Day 1. It also offers a nice timeline of growth of the city of Eindhoven. There are also some interactive booths on IoT and human anatomy which are pretty cool. There is also a small section of the original Philips factory preserved that provides a feel of early 19th century. As a ex-Philips employee, it felt great to visit.
This museum is great for kids. They have two types of interactive games which keeps children engaged. All the information is in a story format so nice to read and see. Very good experience.
Really nice and enjoyable museum! It has a great variety of Philips products accompanied by a great deal of stories. There are many old photos of the city, the football club and the factories. A visit could be very inspiring and a wonderful experience!
It is a really good albeit small museum with interesting information about the history of Philips and it's importance to Eindhoven. Would've like more images and maybe some more archival films but a good way to spend a few hours. Very interesting how intricately the organization is linked to this beautiful city. The personnel are amazingly awesome also, very friendly and helpful.
Interesting and interactive exhibition. Very friendly and helpful staff, speaks English. You'd be amazed by all inventions you never heard before, ideas created way before Apple, but didn't go into production due costs. Well worth going. You'll spend there around an hour.
A really cool place and interesting for almost anyone, even non-tech geeks. The staff were friendly and there are lockers for your bag and an area for your coat which was a helpful touch. The museum is decent in length and covers a lot of stuff, from lighting to medical devices, and future technology too. I had no idea Phillips was involved with so many different things. I wish there was more video or audio content, but it was more than worth the price of admission and easy to recommend.
Lovely museum detailing the history of Philips. We spent 1.5 hours here including a demonstration showing how the first light bulbs were manufactured in the factory. It cost 9 euros for admission.
Great museum showing the achievements of the Philips company through out it's history, from the days of the first bulb factory until the recent Healthcare innovations. Also showing an MRI ! Very well organised. The staff is nice and friendly. A must see if someone is planning to visit Eindhoven.
Very cool. Very informative. Friendly staff. 9€ per person. Has a souvenir shop. Interactive media demos available.
Very nice museum. Nice view of the original light bulb factory. Tons of Philips' history.