- Entry to the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam
- Bypass the normal entrance lines and explore at your leisure
- See the world’s largest collection of Van Gogh paintings, plus his drawings and letters
- Admire his Sunflowers and learn about his troubled life
- See works by Van Gogh’s contemporaries including Gaugin and Monet
- Upgrade for a multimedia guide with audio commentary, images and video
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What You Can Expect
Visit the permanent collection to view more than 200 of his works, including his serene landscapes, beautiful still lifes and compelling drawings and letters. Seen together, they cast a fresh and moving light on his extraordinary life. As you stroll around, don’t miss the legendary Sunflowers and his haunting self-portraits.
The museum also showcases works by Van Gogh’s contemporaries — including Gaugin and Monet — that put his paintings into a wider context. Be sure to make time to also check out the seasonal exhibitions the museum offers.
Multimedia Guide Upgrade:
Add another dimension to your Van Gogh Museum visit when you upgrade to receive a multimedia guide. This guide includes informative audio commentary, images and video to provide a fascinating background to the displays and enrich your experience. Audio guides are available for children (ages 6–12).
We enjoyed the museum very much. However, although we had tickets in advance getting in was a bit confusing since there were several lines. Having the advance tickets did not preclude having to stand in line for 15 or 20 minutes. The photography prohibition was disappointingThe Rijksmuseum had no such restriction---other than no flash and no tripod.
excellent museum and very good media guide. Book on-line to avoid the queues!
Great museum, a must see for Van Gogh fans.
Great museum. Van Gogh was an amazing character worth knowing.
This is a very popular museum, where one must queue for a long time to buy a ticket, then again to gain entry. To have a ticket already cuts the wait enormously. The permanent museum is amazing as a study of Van Gogh, but the way the special exhibition, comparing Van Gogh with Edvard Munch, was organised was brilliant.
LOVED this museum. If you have kids, stop at the front desk and ask for the scavenger hunt / treasure hunt game. This interactive game made a world of difference to my 7 year old - who usually hates visiting museums that aren't play-oriented.
April T USA
By pre-purchasing our tickets through Viator we were able to skip the long lines and enjoy what we came for - the art!
Wonderful museum! The audio guide was very helpful because we were on a river cruise and had limited time to visit.