Skip The Line Tickets Stedelijk (City) Museum Amsterdam

Priority Tickets Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Background Info

The Stedelijk Museum/Municipal Museum in Amsterdam opened on September 14, 1895, as a result of a collaboration between the municipal government and private persons. The museum building in the Dutch Neo-Renaissance style was created by Dutch architect Adriaan Willem Weissman as part of a modernization initiative initiated by local inhabitants in 1850. Sophia Adriana de Bruyn contributed significantly to the building’s construction in 1890. It was built to house de Bruyn’s collection of art and antiques, which she donated to the city along with a substantial sum of money, under the VVHK (Society for the formation of a public collection of contemporary art), which was founded in 1874.

The Municipal Museum is a unique contemporary art and design museum in Amsterdam. The number of visitors to this institution dropped dramatically in 2020 as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic. In total, the Stedelijk Museum received over 268 thousand visits in 2020, compared to around 670 thousand in 2019. However, the advice is to avoid waiting lines at the Amsterdam City Museum and enter faster with your skip the line tickets for this awesome city museum.

Highlights & Tips

  • The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, which houses the Dutch National Museum of Modern Art, features one of the world’s most extensive modern art collections. The museum displays numerous modern masterpieces in addition to rotating temporary shows.
  • The Stedelijk (Dutch for ‘municipal’) Museum’s permanent collection contains works by major 19th- and 20th-century painters. Monet, Picasso, and Chagall are among the artists represented, as well as Warhol and Lichtenstein’s Pop Art.
  • There are also Mondrian and Kandinsky abstracts, as well as a one-of-a-kind collection of 29 works by prominent avant-garde painter Casimir Malevich and much more. There’s something for everyone in the 9,000m2 of display space, which houses a collection of 90,000 works of art.
  • The terrace overlooking Amsterdam’s iconic Museumplein is the ideal place to unwind after a museum visit, enjoy a slice of cake and some nice drinks!
  • Current Exhibition: REVOLUSI! Indonesia Independent provides an international perspective on Indonesia’s struggle for independence from the Dutch Colonial Empire between 1945 and 1949. More than 200 objects on show, ranging from personal mementos to artworks given out for the first time by Indonesian art galleries, provide light on this pivotal period in world history. Daily from 9 am to 5 pm in the Philips wing. Until the 5th of June 2022.

Skip The Line Ticket Prices Stedelijk Museum

Priority Access Tickets: €21

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Skip The Line Tickets €21

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Opening Hours & Best Time to Visit the Stedelijk Museum

Open 365 days a year from 10am to 6pm. 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 Stedelijk 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)  

BY CAR:

Navigate to Museumstraat 10, Amsterdam. There is a supervised car park beneath Museumplein (Q-Park, Van Baerlestraat 33b, entrance near the Concertgebouw).



Cancellation Policy

This activity is non-refundable.

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