Enter your dates to find available activities

Our most recommended Eindhoven Tours

Eindhoven: Escape Tour

1. Eindhoven: Escape Tour

Escape from Eindhoven during this exhilarating tour. Get to know Benjamin and help him find Eindhoven's secret passages. Benjamin had the important task to deliver an advanced bug outside the city, without the Germans knowing about it. His uncle Frits had had underground tunnels built over the years, and through them you could leave the city unnoticed. Now Benjamin had to find the exit with only Frits' confusing notes. Choose your starting time with your teammates, beginning at anytime day or night. Make your way across the city, checking off tasks to find all the clues you need to reach the secret passage. As you search for clues, marvel at the beautiful sights of the town. Walk past the Catherina Church and keep an eye out for the many historic buildings in the city center. Work quickly, and you and your team could set the record for the fastest tour. Good luck!

Eindhoven: City Center Walking Tour

2. Eindhoven: City Center Walking Tour

Discover Eindhoven's rich industrial past, the modern and transparent architecture of the Blob and van Abbemuseum, and the general spirit of creative entrepreneurship on a guided walking tour of the inner city. What makes Eindhoven so unique? The reuse of raw industrial heritage factories, the creativity in the design field, and the exciting transformation of this friendly city. Led by an experienced and enthusiastic city guide, discover the versatility of this modern, but at the same time, historic city. See transformed buildings like the Stadsbrouwerij (brewery) and the Kazerne (design hotspot), the first lightbulb factory of Philips, and the beautiful St. Catharinakerk. Get a real feel for Eindhoven, known as the center of the Brainport region.

Eindhoven: Strijp-S Industrial Park Guided Walking Tour

3. Eindhoven: Strijp-S Industrial Park Guided Walking Tour

Explore the Strijp-S district and see how creative architecture has reshaped this area from the former Philips industrial area into a shopping and working hotspot in Eindhoven. Purchase a coffee or tea with the included discount and take home a gadget as a souvenir. Meet your guide at the hip restaurant BLOK 63-S. Begin your journey to uncover the impact that Philips has had on this area. See how the former factory buildings have been transformed into a dynamic area for living, working and culture. Witness how industrial themes become artistic. View how this company that made transformational technologies had a lasting impact in the area at stops like at the Klokgebouw where the numbers of the clock show the letters of PHILIPS instead of numbers. End your tour at the relaxed and vibrant Feelgood Market where you purchase some handcrafts, eat some local delicacies, or buy a drink.

From Amsterdam: Nuenen Day Tour with Van Gogh Museum Entry

4. From Amsterdam: Nuenen Day Tour with Van Gogh Museum Entry

Nuenen seen through the eyes of Vincent van Gogh. By train from Amsterdam, you will go to Eindhoven to visit the village of Nuenen. Oasis of peace and green, wedged in between the urban areas of Eindhoven and Helmond. Vincent only lived in Nuenen for two years, but painted a quarter of his oeuvre there, including his first masterpiece ‘The Potato Eaters’. Of course, the world-famous painter worked in several countries and produced his most characteristic and best-known works in France. But it was not without reason that Vincent van Gogh’s painting really flourished in Nuenen. It was his fascination with peasant life and the beauty of the village that inspired Van Gogh. The typical structure of a ribbon settlement with triangular squares and hamlets. He saw the Park and the Mountain where the cattle stood drinking. The historic core which gave way to a typical Brabant landscape with small fields, rows of poplars and the former flood plains of the Dommel in the Nuenens Broek. This Nuenen you can still see today. Cycling through a painting Just outside Nuenen, a unique cycle path located at the place where Van Gogh painted the Opwettense Watermill and the Collse Watermill. Exactly between these two mills lies this unique 600 meter cycle path, inspired by The Starry Night. As dusk falls, the path is illuminated by thousands of sparkling stones. You cycle through the painting. After your visit to Nuenen, you will return to Amsterdam and visit the van Gogh Museum. Here you'll admire Vincent's work and see his take on the places you've just been. You will add your own experience to the painting and the painting will take on a personal touch.

Frequently asked questions about Eindhoven Tours

What are other things to do than Tours that are worth visiting in Eindhoven?

The other unmissable things to do in Eindhoven are:

What are the best Eindhoven Tours?

The best Eindhoven Tours are:

Other Sightseeing Options in Eindhoven

Want to discover all there is to do in Eindhoven? Click here for a full list.