Limburg's culture is typically colourful and multifaceted.

The fascinating history of the region can still be seen all around, in beautiful monuments and castles, but also in the rich treasure rooms of the churches and in the many museums. Go back to the time of the Romans or the miners, discover more about mushroom growing, or try your hand at traditional crafts. Centuries-old traditions such as the shooting tournaments coexist with contemporary cultural festivals, modern art, and architecture. There's plenty to enjoy!

The Bonnefantenmuseum - Maastricht

The Bonnefantenmuseum - Maastricht

The Bonnefantenmuseum is a museum for old, modern and contemporary art and has a varying exhibition program. The building, designed by Italian architect Aldo Rossi, excells at the Maastricht skyline.

Eyewitness War Museum

Eyewitness War Museum

The Eyewitness Museum impresses its visitors with a bold, contemporary concept. Thirteen dioramas with 142 lifelike figures portray various scenes from the Second World War. The German parachutist August Segel shows you the most important fronts in Europe.

The Cuypershuis - Central Limburg

The Cuypershuis - Central Limburg

The Cuypershuis shows the visitor the life and work of the famous Roermond architect/designer Pierre Cuypers. In addition actual interior design and its manufacturing are exposed. The building is part of the collection, because it is a calling card of Cuypers' vision of living and working.

The Limburg Museum - North Limburg

The Limburg Museum - North Limburg

In the Limburg Museum you can take a discovery tour through time, through the lives of people from the past. Fun for both young and old! The Historoscoop is truly unique, a spectacular multimedia show in panorama. The Historoscoop is history presented in a different way. 150,000 years in 25 minutes. 

Limburg's culture is typically colourful and multifaceted.

The fascinating history of the region can still be seen all around, in beautiful monuments and castles, but also in the rich treasure rooms of the churches and in the many museums. Go back to the time of the Romans or the miners, discover more about mushroom growing, or try your hand at traditional crafts. Centuries-old traditions such as the shooting tournaments coexist with contemporary cultural festivals, modern art, and architecture. There's plenty to enjoy!