In the past Tilburg has grown big because of the textile and wool industry and you can see that for example in the Textile Museum. This modern city without a truly historic district is nowadays best known for Carnival and the largest fair in the Netherlands. This annual event always attracts many visitors due to the large number of attractions. Tilburg has a number of striking buildings such as the Paleis-Raadhuis, Tilburg Station with its “floating” roof and the Heuvelse church at the foot of the Heuvelplein. Discover your favourite spots and save them on your city guide of Tilburg.
The Textile Museum is a museum in operation. The former textile factory houses exhibitions in the fields of design, art and heritage.
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Here you sit with your nose on nature. Thanks to exhibitions, you can learn everything about the life of plants and animals, with a nod to humans.
In 1715 there was a barn church on the site where the church now stands. This is where Catholics gathered secretly because their religion was banned at the time.
Today part of the town hall and a popular wedding venue. This unique building was commissioned by King William II.
If you see Tilburg on TV, this church is often used as a recognizable point. You can calmly light a candle and sometimes enjoy an evening mass.
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