5046 GN Tilburg
T: +31 (0)13 – 53 67 475
(available: Tuesday to Friday from 10.00 – 17.00
and Saturday and Sunday from 12.00 – 17.00)
The museum can be reached from Tilburg Central Train Station with bus line 5 towards Noord-Stokhasselt. Get off at the Kasteeldreef bus stop.
The route from the train station to the TextielMuseum is an easy walk that takes about 15 to 20 minutes. Leave the station on the north side. Turn left onto Burgemeester Brokxlaan. Then turn right onto Gasthuisring and keep on going until you pass the Wilhelminapark on your right. Go straight across the traffic lights and walk all the way down Smidspad. You are now in Goirkestraat. After approximately 40 metres, you will see the museum on your right.
From Eindhoven/’s Hertogenbosch
exit 10 Tilburg/Hilvarenbeek, take the first right. Upon arrival in Tilburg, follow the signs to the TextielMuseum.
exit 11. Take the N261 towards Tilburg/Kaatsheuvel/Waalwijk. Upon arrival in Tilburg, follow the signs to the TextielMuseum.
From Amsterdam/Utrecht via Waalwijk
take A27, A59, exits 37, N261 and A261. Take the third (last) exit at the roundabout. Follow Ringbaan Noord. Turn right at the second traffic light, into Goirkestraat.
For other routes, check the Google route map.
There are public parkingspots around the TextielMuseum on the Pastoor Le Blancstraat and via Bisschop Bekkerslaan. Parking costs 1 euro per hour in these parking lots on Monday to Saturday from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm. Outside these times parking is free. Please note that public holidays are not considered Sundays.
In the map below you can find the paid parking area (blue) and parking machines (red dots). For the time being, parking is free in the streets across from the museum.
Parking space for people with a disability
On the left side of the museum is a parking space for people with a disability, this is the closest parking space to the entrance of the museum.
Charging stations electric transport
There are charging station for the electric car in Pastoor Le Blancstraat and Bisschop Bekkerlaan. Against the wall at the hand weaving mill ASVZ is a bicycle shed with six charging stations for electric bicycles.