There’s no faster way to visit the Moco Museum in Amsterdam. Buy Skip The Line Tickets for the instagrammable Moco Museum now and gain immediate entry at your selected time slot and bypass the ticket office entirely. Save precious time by skipping the long van Moco Museum waiting lines. Simply scan your priority access tickets at the entrance with your phone.
Moco Amsterdam is located in Villa Alsberg, a townhouse in the centre of Amsterdam that overlooks Museumplein. Eduard Cuypers, nephew of the famed Pierre Cuypers, designer of Amsterdam Central Station and the Rijksmuseum, designed the building in 1904. This privately owned property was one of the first family dwellings built along Museumplein, and it served as such until 1939. The property was eventually rented to monks who taught at Amsterdam’s Saint Nicolas School, and later turned into a law firm’s office.
The Moco Museum is an independent museum in Amsterdam and Barcelona that houses a diverse collection of inspiring modern, contemporary, and street art (Spain). Banksy, Jean-Michel Basquiat, JR, KAWS, Keith Haring, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Yayoi Kusama, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol, Studio Irma, and many others are among the artists represented in our collection. Moco provides guests with an unrivaled collection of art that allows them to reflect on modern life.
Always observe the museum’s coronavirus guidelines. To visit the museum, you must purchase a ticket in advance and schedule a visit. To enable a safer flow through the museum, the Moco Museum has constructed a one-way walking track. Visitors and employees must always keep a distance of 1.5 meters between them. Skip the ticket line at the Moco Museum and enter faster thanks to your timed entrance Moco e-tickets.
Highlights Moco Museum
- Current Exhibition: TeamLab – The land of peace and bliss (Until July 30, 2022)
- Original Banksy artworks, as well as other contemporary and postmodern treasures, are on display.
- More ticket alternatives, such as tours and city passes, can be found here.
- Guest curators and shows from prominent figures in the art world highlight some of the most important figures in the modern era.
Skip The Line Ticket Prices Moco Museum
Priority Access Tickets: €19.50
Skip The Line Tickets €19.50
Priority Tickets €19.50
Opening Hours & Best Time to Visit Moco Museum
Open 365 days a year from 10am to 6pm and Friday, Saturday & Sunday until 9pm. Spring & summer promises tend to be extremely busy. As well as the tourists, many Dutch people will doubtless want to (re-)discover their national museum. The quietest times are likely to be weekdays, first thing in the morning (from 10am), or for the last two hours of the day (4pm-6pm). Winter will obviously be a quieter time, too.
How To Get To Moco Museum?
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: From Central Station – Trams 2 and 16 (Rijksmuseum tram stop) From other Stations: Tram 12 (Museumplein tram stop). Busses From Schiphol Amsterdam Airport: bus 197 (Rijksmuseum bus stop)
Navigate to Honthorststraat 20, Amsterdam. There is a supervised car park beneath Museumplein (Q-Park, Van Baerlestraat 33b, entrance near the Concertgebouw).
This activity is non-refundable.