Museum Kempenland, Eindhoven
The Kempenland Museum, is located in the characteristic Steentjeskerk near the Philips Stadium, is a regional museum with a collection of exhibits that mostly originated in the Eindhoven region. Among the items in the collection are paintings, sculptures, photos, furniture and ornaments. The Kempenland Museum holds a changing program of exhibitions around ten to twelve times a year.
This Museum is a monument, a church (Steentjeskerk) in former days, but as so many other catholic churches this was 1 was closed for services and is now used as a museum.
Its a museum about Provence Noord Brabant in earlier days and is also used for modern expositions.
Although its not a huge museum certainly worth a visit.
This museum shows the cultural history of the city and region, Brabant painting, photography and fine sculpture from the 19th and 20th centuries. You will gain a good impression of the past and present culture and identity of Eindhoven and the surrounding area.
What about a museum in a former church? This Romanesque church designed by architect J.H.H. van Groenendael is now Museum Kempenland.