Explore interesting sights in Tilburg, Netherlands. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 13 sights are available in Tilburg, Netherlands.Sightseeing Tours in Tilburg
1. Sint-Dionysius of Heikese Kerk
St. Dionysius Church is a Catholic church in Tilburg, the Netherlands, dedicated to Saint Dionysius of Paris. The church is popularly known as Heikese church in order to avoid confusion with a church of the same name in the district of 't Goirke. The name Heike refers to the herdgang 't Heike south of the center, where there was a barn church that was the predecessor of the current church as a parish church. The current church building dates from 1838 and is part of the parish of The Good Shepherd.
The City Hall of Tilburg or Palace-Council House is a former royal palace and presently a part of Tilburg city hall in the Netherlands. Construction of the palace was commissioned by King William II of the Netherlands, who placed the cornerstone on 13 August 1847. The king wanted to have a country residence in Tilburg. He never lived in the palace as he died on 17 March 1849, just 22 days before completion of the palace.
The Dutch East Indies Monument is a memorial in the Vrijheidspark in the Dutch city of Tilburg. It was made by architect and visual designer André M. Doevendans, himself a veteran of the Dutch East Indies, as a memorial to the sixty Tilburg soldiers who died in the East Dutch East Indies between 1945 and 1962. It was unveiled on 19 May 2001 by Mrs. M. Spoor, widow of General Simon Spoor.
4. Sint-Jozef of Heuvelse kerk
The Heuvelse kerk is a neo-Gothic Catholic church in the center of the Dutch city Tilburg. Dedicated to Saint Joseph, it is one of two major Catholic churches in the city center together with the Heikese kerk. It is located along the square Heuvel, after which it is named. A 1921 statue of the Sacred Heart is located in front of the building.
5. Draaiend huis
Running house is a work of art in Tilburg on the Hasseltrotonde. It is seen as one of the most remarkable realizations of rotond art in the Netherlands. John Körmeling's artwork consists of a rotating house in the middle of the roundabout. The house is slowly turning around. The house is 5 meters wide, 8.5 meters deep and 10 meters high.
6. Oude Warande
The Oude Warande is an 18th-century park, located south of Spoorlijn Tilburg-Breda, between Tilburg University station and Reeshof district. The park was constructed in 1712 on behalf of William VIII van Hessen-Kassel and is one of the few intact star forests in the Netherlands.
7. Sint-Antonius van Padua of Korvelsekerk
The Korvelse Kerk, officially the Sint Dionysius and Antonius of Paduakerk, is a church building at Korvelplein 182 in Tilburg. She is dedicated to Saint Antonius of Padua and to the patron saint of Tilburg, Dionysius of Paris. The church is nowadays under the Zuid parishfire.
8. Monument Koninklijke Nederlandse Brigade Prinses Irene
The Monument Royal Dutch Brigade Princess Irene or 'De Vaandeldrager' is a Dutch war monument from 1955 in Tilburg. It commemorates the liberation of Tilburg and specifically the Princess Irene Brigade fought with it in the liberation of Tilburg on 27 October 1944.
The slavery monument in the Dutch city of Tilburg recalls the Dutch slavery past. The image, a girl sitting on 'broken chains', is a design by artist duo Dedden & Keizer. It was unveiled on July 1, 2022 on Burgemeester Stekelenburgplein in the Tilburgse Spoorzone.
10. Gerardus Majellakerk
The Gerardus Majellakerk is a Roman Catholic church located in southern Tilburg along the Wassenaerlaan. It is dedicated to Gerard Majella, who became a saint in 1904, and has been part of the parish De Goede Herder since its inception in 2012.
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13. Koning Willem II
The Willem II Monument on the Heuvel in Tilburg represents King Willem II of the Netherlands. It was unveiled in 1854 in The Hague, but sold in 1924 and transferred to Tilburg, where Willem lived part of his life.
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