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Van Gogh Museum Tickets, Amsterdam | Last-Minute Entrance

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Van Gogh Museum Tickets highlights

  • Reserve your spot by booking last-minute entrance tickets for this otherwise sold-out attraction.

  • Explore the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam that is home to the world's largest collection of Van Gogh's artwork.

  • Admire the beautiful paintings including The Bedroom, Sunflowers & Almond Blossom as you explore galleries in the museum.

  • See 200 paintings, 800 letters and 500 drawings made by Van Gogh, a renowned Dutch painter as you stroll through various exhibits.

  • Visit the ongoing temporary exhibit, Matthew Wong showing the artistic and personal connection between the two artists, Van Gogh and Matthew Wong.

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Museumplein 6, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, Netherlands

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  • If cancellation is made 1 days or more before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • If cancellation is made within 1 days before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • In the event of unforeseen weather conditions, union issues, government restrictions, or any other circumstances beyond human control, certain trips or activities may be cancelled. In such cases, alternate feasible options will be provided. However, a cash refund will not be available.
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Van Gogh Museum Tickets overview

The Van Gogh Museum stands as testimony to the life and work of the famous Dutch painter, Vincent Van Gogh. See over 200 of his paintings, 500 drawings, and 800 letters, all housed within this museum in Amsterdam. You may recognize the famous 'The Starry Night" and "Sunflower Field" paintings by Van Gogh but this will also be your chance to witness self-portraits, his exquisite landscapes, and unique flower still life paintings, including the Irises.

About the Van Gogh Museum Tickets:

  • See the amazing collection of Vincent Van Gogh's artwork as you explore this iconic museum in Amsterdam.
  • Admire the famous painting, Sunflowers & The Bedroom, and get to know about the extraordinary life of the painter.
  • Gain some insights into the art history of the 19th century by listening to the interesting facts from the audio guide.
  • Learn about personal ambitions, context, and contribution to the world of art of the famous Dutch artists as you stroll through various permanent galleries.
  • Get amazed by paintings featuring Pikachu in a cool hat like Van Gogh's, and Munchlax & Snorlax inspired by his Bedroom painting.
  • Visit the Van Gogh Museum and see the world's largest collection of artwork done by influential figures in Western art history.

How To Reach:

  • By Car: The activity location is 4.1 km away from the Amsterdam city center via Govert Flinckstraat. You can reach the location in 19 minutes by car.
  • By Train: The activity location is 10 m away from the Amsterdam, Museumplein Station. You can reach the location from the station by walking for only a minute.
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Van Gogh Museum Tickets faqs

What is special about the Van Gogh Museum?

With the Van Gogh Museum Tickets you will get to see the world's most comprehensive Van Gogh collection. The museum contains the largest collection of Van Gogh's paintings and drawings in the world. With more than 200 paintings, 500 drawings and 800 letters, the museum provides an intimate look into the life and mind of the artistic genius.

In 2017, the museum had 2.3 million visitors and was the most-visited museum in the Netherlands, The museum also houses the works of renowned artists who lived between 1853-1890.

What is the best time to explore the Van Gogh Museum?

 Visit the Van Gogh Museum between 9am and 11am, or after 3pm to miss the bulk of the crowds. Friday evening is also a good time to explore the Van Gogh Museum as the guided visits are free, and a DJ plays music.

What are the important things to keep in mind while visiting the Van Gogh Museum?

- Book the Van Gogh Museum Tickets beforehand as it is a highly-sought after attraction, and slots on a particular day might become full due to the huge crowd. 

- Rent an interactive audio guide as it explains the story behind each painting.

- Don't bring big bags or suitcases as there are no lockers for storing them. You'll only find a cloakroom where you can put umbrellas, coats, etc.

- When you're taking photos, don't use flash photography. 

- Don't bring a selfie stick, as it can block someone's view. 

- Stay silent inside the museum.

What is inside the Van Gogh Museum?

Inside The Van Gogh Museum, you'll find the largest collection of artworks by Vincent van Gogh. The permanent collection includes two hundred paintings, five hundred drawings, and more than eight hundred letters by Vincent Van Gogh. The museum also houses interesting exhibitions on various subjects from nineteenth-century art history

How many paintings are there in the Van Gogh Museum?

The Van Gogh Museum has the world's largest Van Gogh collection, with 500 drawings, 800 letters, and 200 paintings by the artist.

Is there a Cafe in the Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam?

Yes, Museum Café Le Tambourin is situated on the first floor of the Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam. You can enjoy fresh salads, refreshing drinks, quick dishes, and lots of desserts.

How much time do you need at the Van Gogh Museum?

The average visit to the Van Gogh Museum takes an average time of 1 hour 15 minutes to 2 hours which is more than sufficient to properly explore the permanent exhibit. The Van Gogh Museum is made up of two buildings, the Rietveld building which is the main structure and houses the permanent collection and the Kurokawa wing which is used for temporary exhibitions. The works of Van Gogh are grouped chronologically and displayed on the first floor of the Rietveld building while the second floor displays information about the restoration of paintings and also includes a space for smaller temporary exhibitions.

Which are the best museums to visit in Amsterdam?

1. Van Gogh Museum: Book the Van Gogh Museum Tickets to have a look at more than fourteen thousand pieces of Vincent van Gogh's work. You can see 200-odd paintings and learn about van Gogh's private life. 

2. Rijksmuseum: The Rijksmuseum museum has the country's largest collection of artifacts and art pieces, including forty Rembrandts and four Vermeers. 

3. Anne Frank Huis: Anne Frank Huis is the seventeenth-century canalside house where Anne Frank and her family hid during World War II. The house has now been transformed into a museum, and it showcases Anne Frank's journey during those terrifying times.

4. Foam: This is a photography museum that holds regular exhibitions by shutter-button maestros like August Sander and advertising agencies like KesselsKramer. They also organize events and talks for photography enthusiasts.

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