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Figure out the deep meaning behind the impactful works of Banksy with this entry ticket to Moco Museum that allows you access to Banksy Exhibition and more. Explore different artworks of Banksy, including his street art that are carefully conserved and put into the display. Get to admire artworks of other artists like Haring, Hirst, JR, Koons, Kusama, KAWS, and more, along with modern, contemporary, and street art! Enjoy the vibe of the 1900s as you explore the Moco Museum and get to explore other collections of masters like Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jeff Koons, and more. Take a stroll through the Moco Gardens and find yourself in Moco Museum's outdoor collections, amidst artworks like Marcel Wanders’ ‘Tempter’.
Banksy Amsterdam tickets are available at a discounted price for children and students under 17 years. Visitors are encouraged to bring their kids along with them as kids under 13 enjoy free entry by providing a valid ID.
You can cancel your tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund on your purchase.
Heart Boy was added to the Moco Museum collection in 2016. Like every street art, Heart Boy had an uncertain future as it was a part of a building that was up for demolition until Heart Boy was saved and conserved. The 2000kg piece is now up for display at The Moco Gardens. Interestingly, the stencil of Heart Boy can be found in different locations throughout London, while the heart appears in different indoor artworks of Banksy.
The Crude Oil series in 2005 had Banksy remixing Old Master’s paintings- tainted replicas of paintings of Monet and Van Gogh that are overpainted with twisted satires. In the Crude Oil series, Banksy updates the preexisting artworks by adding details or painting contemporary contexts over them. Banksy’s ‘Home Sweet Home,’ exhibited at Moco Museum, showcases the example with its aggressive lettering.
Using monkeys as his messenger, Banksy mocks the hilarious hypocrisy of humankind. It is often considered as a parallel to Bank’s journey of a street artist from alleyways to finding his place at museums and exhibitions. From once being considered vandalism for breaking the rules and strict boundaries of art, his art is being considered one of the most valued street art in the world. His art might be a question to the world- Who’s Laughing Now?
Monday to Thursday: 9 AM to 7 PM
Friday to Sunday: 9 AM to 9 PM.
‘Banksy Laugh Now’ is a dedicated exhibition for Banksy at Moco Museum in Amsterdam. The exhibition is open to the public.
Address: Honthorststraat 20, 1071 DE Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The exhibition holds items from different collections and collectors of the world. Visitors thus get to see several never-seen-before works of Banksy like:
A. The Moco Museum Entrance Tickets or Banksy Art Exhibition tickets allow you access to Banksy art exhibitions and other sites and exhibitions that are being held at the Museum.
A. Yes, Banksy Amsterdam tickets are available online, with options of full refundable up to 24 hours before the time of visit, depending on your ticket.
A. There are multiple Moco Museum tickets available online, each with a unique feature or addition. The price of the Moco Museum tickets begins from €19.50.
A. Yes, discounts are available on Banksy Amsterdam tickets if you buy them online. Children and students under 17 can enjoy a discounted price on online booking. You can avail of this offer by providing a valid ID.
A. Booking your Banksy Amsterdam tickets online is the best way to purchase your tickets as you get to enjoy amazing deals and discounts.
A. By booking your tickets online, you can avail yourself of facilities like the super flexible cancelation feature. You can get a full refund on your booking on cancelation up to 24 hours before your scheduled visit.
A. The Banksy art exhibition is being held at Moco Museum, Amsterdam. It is open throughout the week with timings from 9 AM to 7 PM, while from Friday to Sunday it closes at 9 PM.
A. The best time to go for the Moco Museum tour is during weekdays, early in the morning or late in the evening. In terms of crowd level, the best time to visit is in the months of March, April, September, and October.
A. The Banksy art exhibition is being held at Moco Museum, Amsterdam.
A. Several notable artworks of Banksy are being put on display at Moco Museum, Amsterdam including notable works like Laugh Now, Barcode, Girl With A Balloon and the Crude Oil Series.
A. A. Amsterdam has a well-connected public transport system. You can catch a metro to reach Weesplein and catch tram numbers 1, 7, 0r 19 to reach Spiegelgracht. You can also take tram numbers 2, 5, and 12 to reach Museum Square or Museumplein. Bus numbers 347, 357, and 397 also reach Ruysdaelkade. You can take a walk from that stop to the Moco museum.
A. Yes, you can change your date and time slot up to the date of your visit to the Moco museum in Amsterdam. You need your ticket number to make the changes, so make sure to keep a note of it.
A. It is recommended that you arrive 15 minutes before your designated time slot, for if you arrive earlier or later, there is no guarantee that you will be able to enter the museum. Time slots are fixed only so that you can enjoy the museum to the fullest without feeling rushed or overwhelmed.
A. With the exception of service dogs with registered collars, no other pets are allowed inside the Moco museum.
A. There are no locker facilities inside the Moco museum, but you can keep your luggage at Museumplein, just 125 meters from the museum.
A. If anyone is under 16 years of age, they cannot visit the museum on their own. Adults need to accompany children on their visit to the Moco museum.