Home to one of the Netherlands’ most celebrated collections of modern and contemporary art and design, walking the halls of the Stedelijk whisks you on a journey through the world’s most innovative art movements. Iconic Andy Warhol prints, memorable impressionist works by Matisse and Cezanne and extraordinary Rodin sculptures catch the eye, part of a vast and eclectic collection that includes pieces by Van Gogh, Picasso, Jackson Pollock and Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. The gallery devoted to Dutch Art Noveau, or ‘De Stijl’, is also renowned, featuring works by homegrown artists like Piet Mondrian and Gerrit Rietveld.
Founded in 1874, the Stedelijk Museum is located on the Museumplein in Amsterdam’s renowned Museum Quarter and maintains its reputation for breaking new artists and showcasing pioneering and often controversial works of art, design and photography in its numerous temporary exhibitions.
Tours & Tickets
Simplify your trip to Amsterdam with the I Amsterdam City Card, a pass that gives you free admission to museums and public transport throughout the city. Gain ... Read more
Duration: 48 or 72 hours