The Minderbroederskerk is a Protestant/Dutch Reformed three naved hall church from the 14th century.
The O.L.V. Kapel in ’t Zand thanks its origin to the devotion of the tiny statue of Our Lady, found in 1435, like the legend tells.
This 14th century late Gothic chapel with its rich stucco ceiling in South German Roccoco style has a long history.
The Sint Dionysiuskerk stands at a spot where once upon a time a Franconian fortress was looking over the river Maas.
The oldest part of this three nave church is the marl stone tower from the 13th century.
In the church there is a font and some beautiful stained glass windows of H. Kurvers.
At the British military graveyard in Nederweert 363 soldiers are buried.
The Sint Lambertuskerk has been built in Brabantine Gothic.