Happiest 10 spots with kids

Whether you are heading out with a curious toddler or a teenager who is not easily impressed, there are plenty of fun activities for kids in Eindhoven. We have collected the nicest hotspots for you in random order. Enjoy!

Prehistorisch Dorp

Back in time to the Iron Age and Middle Ages in Brabant. In Prehistorisch Dorp you will see how it was done in that time and you can do all sorts of crafting yourself.

PSV Museum

At the Philips Stadium you can immerse yourself in the world of PSV Eindhoven. Admire some of the greatest prizes, the club history and experience the club in an interactive way.

Philips Museum

Discover the present, past and future of one of the world's best-known brands. How has Philips grown from a small light bulb manufacturer into a leading global company? During the school holidays, the museum offers children's activities in the field of technology.

Genneper Hoeve

The property of this idyllically located organic farm is open to the public all day. Close to the city centre and yet in the middle of the green. Visit cows and chickens, see how cheese is made and visit the farm shop.

Discover the present, past and future of one of the world's best-known brands.

Speeltuin Philipsdorp

Around the corner at Strijp-S, you will find one of Eindhoven's most beautiful playgrounds. It is an open area with a separate section for the little ones. Lots of different playground equipment, a large sandbox and a terrace. Nice little detail: The playground is designed to allow children with reduced mobility to play as well.

DAF Museum

A museum for lovers of trucks and cars. DAF is and was incredibly resourceful and you will be really surprised by what they all invented between 1928 and now.

Skatepark Area 51

Also fun if you are not a skateboarder! This is Europe's largest skating park and you can visit it for free to view the skateboarders do their tricks. Want to go for a spin yourself? The park is open every day. You can also attend workshops or celebrate a children's party.

A museum for fans of trucks and cars.