Van Gogh National Park

A scenic and cultural masterpiece

The Van Gogh National Park in the heart of Brabant is the birthplace of master painter Vincent van Gogh. In this area the scenic gems from his time are still present. Here you will find forests, heathland, fens and sand drifts (one of the largest in Europe), authentic villages, lively squares and charming alleys. All are worth being discovered by visitors from home and abroad. But also by the residents of the area itself.

Van Gogh NP

Mosaic of attractive landscapes

Van Gogh National Park is bordered by the dynamic cities of Eindhoven, 's-Hertogenbosch, Tilburg and Waalwijk. The park includes a mosaic of special natural areas and landscapes that intertwine, from the Oostelijke Langstraat and the Loonse and Drunense Dunes to Het Groene Woud, which includes the Oisterwijkse Vennen, the Kampina and De Mortelen.

Creating the landscape of the future together

Van Gogh NP is also a movement, a unique collaboration between more than 80 Brabant partners. Together they work on the landscape of the future: with beautiful nature, a green and healthy living environment right into the heart of villages and cities, top culture and heritage, sustainable tourism and a vital economy with prospects for agriculture. Vincent van Gogh, with his love of nature, imagination and drive for innovation, is a source of inspiration for the partners. They actively involve artists, designers and residents of Brabant in their ambitious program.