Philips Museum celebrates second anniversary

It is exactly two years ago today that the Philips museum officially opened. It was one of the last ribbon cutting ceremonies the former Queen Beatrix graced.

The museum doors will be open today and visitors have to pay an entrance fee of 2 euros only. The first 150 visitors will receive a piece of cake.

The Philips museum shows the history of the Eindhoven company, however, today is the last day of the exhibition "75 years Philips shavers".

But it is not just about technology from a forgotten era. The museum also rents iPads where visitors can play the game Mission Eureka, a game where the players are scientists and can learn things about technology. The game has been nominated for the SpinAward.

Source: Studio040

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