Vincent’s birthplace in Zundert is still visible and tangible. You can now visit the Vincent van GoghHuis exactly on the spot where he was born.
You can now visit Vincent’s art room in exactly the place where the young Vincent went to school.
You can be introduced to a relatively unknown period in Van Gogh’s life in the Van Gogh Church in Etten-Leur.
You can visit 21 buildings and rural locations in Nuenen that (and where) Van Gogh painted.
This museum is the only location in Brabant where you can see original works by Van Gogh.
In Eindhoven, just outside Nuenen, there is a unique cycle path inspired by The Starry Night by the master painter Vincent van Gogh. Visitors will be amazed after dark by a design of light and colour. A magical experience. The construction company Heijmans developed an innovative technology especially for this cycle path with artist Daan Roosegaarde in which the path is illuminated by thousands of twinkling stones. This results in a game of lights and poetry.
The cycle path forms part of the Van Gogh Cycle Path which connects the Van Gogh heritage locations in Brabant, Vincent’s Homeland. The world-famous painter produced his first masterpiece, the Potato Eaters, in Nuenen and also featured the Opwetten and Col watermills in his paintings. The unique cycle path connects these two watermills and forms the link between contemporary design, innovation, cultural heritage and tourism in Brabant.