See and do

Learn about Vincent and discover Nuenen

The Vincentre museum will show you Nuenen as it was in 1883 when Vincent came to live here. You can experience things the way he experienced them. Modern techniques will make this a real happening. And not just see, you can also use your hands!
You will get to know Vincent as a real person and see him develop into a world-famous artist.

Gift Shop in the museum

Do you want to buy some really unique Christmas presents? Something that’s also a bit arty? 

The Vincentre Museum Gift Shop has a varied selection, including many books about Vincent van Gogh in several languages. But there are also cool must-haves, such as Christmas baubles and tableware to decorate the party table, plus countless cards, including art cards depicting winter scenes, which are perfect for the festive season. There are colouring books, games, drawing books and puzzles for the children, both younger and older ages. 

And, of course, we have Van Gogh face masks!

The shop assistants can also create a tailor-made gift pack especially for you

39 Van Gogh monuments

Brabant is home to a large number of locations with a discernible and tangible heritage. Places where Vincent van Gogh left his mark. He was inspired by the countryside and the hard-working Brabant people.There are many interesting heritage locations and landscapes within an hour’s drive. 39 of them have been proclaimed Van Gogh Monument. 

To find the monuments in Nuenen, enter Nuenen. 

Trips out to Eindhoven

Vincent made regular visits to Eindhoven, mostly to buy painting materials and also to visit his artist friends Willem van de Wakker, Anton Kerssemakers, Dimmen Gestel and Antoon Hermans. He often found subjects for his paintings and drawings on the way: the watermill at Kollen, the Martinus Church in Tongelre, the railway sheds at the old station in Eindhoven, the Catharinakerk church and the telegraph office.

Who were his artist friends?