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Had a wonderful experience-- the voucher was clear that you need to go to the tour operator and book your STL Van Gogh museum ticket. Unfortunately we went to the tour operator right when we got into town Dec 26 but all the tours that day and most of the next day were already booked. Still, we got into the museum about 90 min before closing and that was enough time to get all the way through. The museum is not huge. The Hop on hop off bus is always a great way to see a city.
amongst the countries I visited, armsterdam stood up.one of the best visit.HOHO bus was as good as the canal. not so sure bout VGM.
When I went to verify my ticket I was told that I was unable to visit the place that day and the day that was free I was out of the country. But the person behind the counter was able to give me a ticket to the Rijks Museum. Many many thanks that was a dream come true. what a place and was one of my best outings on this holiday of mine. I tell all who intends go to Amsterdam that they must, I mean must visit the Rijks museum. Totally happy with the visit.
This was absolutely worth the money and a MUST if you want to see Van Gogh. We worried a bit about having to claim the ticket at the Lindberg Tours office in downtown Amsterdam as soon as we arrived but it was seamless and easy. Amsterdam has excellent transit and the travel agency was easy to find. The guides were helpful. You can choose your timed ticket and I would recommend you choose the first time slot when the museum opens as that will give you two hours to browse the three floors of Van Goghs !! before the big crowds hit, and they will. This museum is next to the big Riksmuseum Amsterdam history and classical art and in a beautiful cultural center. The hop on hop off bus ticket would have been super if I hadn't lost mine after the first stop so HANG ON TO YOURS! The thing about arranging these tours from home before you leave puts responsibility on your shoulders to keep your papers handy and get your sea legs quickly once you land in a new city. You can do it! That's the adventure in traveling and Viator makes it easy.
neakaye United States of ...
The HOHO bus is a first day must to get your bearings. Then get a public ticket that covers your stay. Public transportation is the best. We had a timed Van Gogh ticket, but didn't need it. There was a small line that was being fed to the ticket purchase while we sat there for an hour for our time. THe museum is great, but don't expect to take pictures. Not even without flash. Not allowed. 'Starry Night' is not there, by the way.
Amazing! Definitely recommend! Great way to see the whole city and to learn a little history. Its a great way to get around and to all the major attractions like the Anne Frank House, buy your tickets online ahead of time like we did. You'll get to go right in and avoid the long lines. the Heineken Experience, and the I am Amsterdam sign to name a few. The staff and tour guide was very helpful and if you haven't already purchased tickets to some of the attractions, the tour guide will sell them to you at a discounted price.
Great to get early access. Some of the get on points could have had better signage.
I wish to spend more time at the museum. But it was so convenience to have tickets already.
I learned a lot about the man and about
mental illness during his life time.
The short line saved a lot of time.
Having a timed entry into the Van Gogh Museum was excellent. The opportunity to rent listening devices was one we took advantage of. I enjoyed hearing more background information on the why and how of Vincent's choices to create the works hung there. We needed about 90 minutes to travel through the complete exhibit. Just about right so my husband wouldn't get antsy and want to leave before we were done!
One of my favourite museums, definitely worth visiting and worth skipping the line. We enjoyed the bus too, especially when we had sore feet.
Getting our set time and tickets at tour office was very easy. Getting to the Van Gogh Museum using the Hop-On Hop Off bus was not difficult. Stopped at a flea market on the way and saw a windmill and got a snack that I was looking for in the market. Overall it was a good excursion.
We actually went to seen Van gogh on the 12th as the ticket office had no more tickets left for our booked day. It was lucky that we were still in Amsterdam on the following day, or we would have missed out. And the 'Skip the Line' group had a long line, but at the appointed time, it did move in quickly, whereas others had to line up and wait for much longer.
Chan H Australia
The skip the line part needs to be more clearly defined. We had to go past the museum to a separate ticketing agent for confirmation, who then gave us tickets for the NEXT day and directed us to the group entrance of the museum at the other side. Apparently, this is very common and all the ticket checkers are meant to know this, however the museum ticket checker had never heard of this and had to call a manager. Then the doormen ALSO asked us for tickets, so getting into the museum was a little adventure. Once we were in, it was fantastic. Get an audio tour and spend a couple of hours wandering, it's well worth it.
The bus tour was great - enough time at the stops that you're not hanging around too long for the next bus. The diamond place is super interesting. If you want to go to Anne Frank House, you should pre-book your tickets online, or you'll wait in line for hours. If you like beer, the Heineken factory is fun. You find out a bit of the history of the company and also how to brew beer. It's interactive. There are horses! This was a good day, I enjoyed it.
This is a nice museum. However, we encountered a very rude ticket booth staff male. We passed him 2 Tickets and tours tickets to exchange for museum tickets, he only gave us one tickets instead of 2. When we approached him, he insisted he only received one ticket from us whereas he is holding on to 2 tickets on his hand. Though he reluctantly gave us 2 tickets at the end but he never apologies!
The bus ticket was amazing and well worth it - there is no better way to see the city and get to all the sights: and you have 24 hours to use your ticket.
The Skip-the Line Von Gogh museum was also totally worth the money: not standing in line is essential when you are preesed for time. The directions regarding where to pick up the vouchers were not clear, though.
Loved the museum! The bus was not my favorite, only because I would rather walk and enjoy the sites!
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