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About Vincent Van Gogh Museum
Home to the world’s largest collection of Vincent van Gogh’s paintings, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam transports visitors on a fascinating journey through the life of the artist and his contemporaries. The museum introduces the complete story: the artist, the context, Van Gogh’s personal ambitions, his emotions, the myths that surround him and his influence right up until this very day. The Van Gogh Museum’s collection includes world-famous paintings such as Sunflowers, Almond Blossom and The Potato Eaters. The museum also organises three temporary exhibitions every year.
From 21 June to 1 September, Van Gogh’s iconic work Sunflowers takes centre stage at the Van Gogh Museum. The exhibition Van Gogh and the Sunflowers introduces fascinating stories about this painting and the research of the work.
Van Gogh had many heroes whose work he greatly admired. One of these artists was Jean-François Millet, and from 4 October 2019 to 12 January 2020, the Van Gogh Museum will illuminate the work of this French painter and the prominent 19th-century artists who followed in the exhibition Millet and Modern Art.
Highlights Van Gogh Museum
- Each year, 2 million visitors come to the Van Gogh Museum, making it one of the 25 most popular museums in the world.
- The collection features the works of Vincent van Gogh with more than 200 paintings and 500 drawings.
- The Van Gogh Museum is a very crowded museum. We recommend to buy your online tickets in advance.
- Every last Friday of the month there is an amazing event called Vincent on Friday. This is an unique evening with young, creative talents from Amsterdam.
- The collection includes world famous paintings like Sunflowers, Almond Blossom, The Bedroom and Potato Eaters.
Opening Hours & Best Time to Visit van Gogh Museum
The Van Gogh Museum is open 365 days a year. Tickets are available online only. Don’t miss out, book in advance. Visitors can discover more about Van Gogh and his contemporaries with the multimedia guide, available in 11 languages.
Daily 9am until 6pm, Friday & Saturday until 9pm.
Rest of the year:
Daily 9am until 5pm, Friday until 9pm.
Visit the museum from 9 am to 11 am or after 3 pm. The busiest times are between 11 am and 3 pm.
Please note: last admission is 30 minutes before closing time.
Prices Skip The Line Tickets van Gogh Museum
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Smartphone Tickets from: €19
Canal Cruise & Van Gogh Museum Direct Entry: €34
How To Get To The van Gogh Museum?
The nearest stops are Van Baerlestraat (tram 2, 5 or 12) or Museumplein (tram: 3, 5 or 12, bus: 347 or 357).
From Amsterdam Central Station:
- Tram 2 or 12.
- Tram 11: change at Leidseplein to tram 2, 5 or 12.
- Metro 52 (Noord/Zuid route) until De Pijp station, change to tram 3 (direction Zoutkeetsgracht) or tram 12 (direction Central station).
- Bus 347, direction Uithoorn.
- Bus 357, direction Kudelstaart.
Museumplein 6, Amsterdam. Underneath Museumplein, Q-Park (entrance Van Baerlestraat) is the closest car park to the Van Gogh Museum. Please note that paid parking applies on the streets near the museum.
This activity is non-refundable.