100-Thousandth visitor at Philips Museum

The Philips Museum has received a milestone in visitors Tuesday. Pierre van Engelshoven and his partner Els Spronken entered the museum on the right moment.

The museum is only two years old, but already attracts a lot of visitors. On 5 April 2013, the museum was officially opened by, then, Queen Beatrix. That was her last visit to Eindhoven as queen. Among others, products that Philips has made over the years can be seen. Moreover, there are regular exhibitions.

The 100-thousandth visitor received free admission to the museum for as long as he or she will live. The prize also consists of a gift from the museum shop and a separate tour. "We visited the city of Eindhoven and wanted to visit the Philips Museum. In addition, we are also interested in new innovations from Philips," says Mr. Van Engelshoven.

The milestone was made only a few weeks after the second anniversary of the Philips Museum.

Source: Studio040

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