While you’re visiting Amsterdam you should also definitely visit ‘the Van Gogh Museum’! Book your skip the line tickets here. Entrance under the age of 18 is free!
Van Gogh Museum
The Vincent van Gogh museum is visited by more than 2 million people, from all over the world per year!
Here you can find the largest collection of Van Gogh paintings, letters, and sketches in the world, with more than 200 paintings, 700 letters, and 500 sketches! The most famous paintings of him also hang here; The Potato Eaters, The Yellow House, Sunflowers and The Bedroom. The collection covers all periods of Van Gogh, as they have been distinguished:
- 1880 – 1885 the period the Netherlands
- 1886 – 1888 the period Paris
- 1888 – 1889 the Arles period
- 1889 – 1890 the period Saint Rémy de Provence
- 1890 the Auvers Sur Oise period
Plan your visit
A visit to the museum will take approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Some people are so enthusiastic that they can look around for 2 or more hours. Given the huge number of visitors, we recommend that you book your tickets within a certain time slot.
This ensures that you can enter within those scheduled times and you can better plan your visit to the city of Amsterdam. The museum is open all year round! The museum is also quite suitable for children to visit.
Get to know The Master
The museum gives you an excellent impression of the master and takes you into the life of the painter, based on sound clips, letter quotes, and self-portraits.
The multimedia audio guide is available in 11 different languages; Dutch, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.
You can easily combine a visit to the Vincent van Gogh Museum with any Amsterdam city trip. On Thingstodonetherlands.com you will find many more great trips to do in and around Amsterdam.