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Museum Ticket with Multimedia Tour
Van Gogh Museum
What You'll See
Van Gogh Museum
Peek a glimpse into the world of Impressionism art, showcasing the eccentric personality and extensive collection of the great Dutch artist Van Gogh. Explore over 200 paintings, 500 drawings, and 750 letters by Van Gogh, along with artwork from other notable contemporaries. You can also enhance your experience with an upgrade to the multimedia tour in over 11 languages.
The combo tickets not only allow a unique journey through the world of Van Gogh and his Dutch contemporaries but also the opportunity to take in the beauty of Amsterdam while cruising the infamous canal or exploring the stunning collections at Stedelijk Museum. The combo tickets include skip-the-line tickets to Stedelijk Museum.
Experience Amsterdam with the exclusive I amsterdam City Card, granting you entry to renowned attractions, over 70 museums, convenient city-wide transportation, a delightful canal cruise, and bike rental options. The I amsterdam City Card offers a flexible validity of 24-hr, 48-hr, 72-hr, 96-hr, or 120-hr to choose from, and 25% discounts at select experiences.
All the Tickets listed are valid for the date and time selected during checkout.
The Van Gogh Museum welcomes visitors throughout the year. The timings, however, vary.
Address: Museumplein 6, 1071 DJ Amsterdam
By Car: Easily accessible by car, the nearest car park is Q- Park, located underneath Museumplein. There is a paid parking option on the streets near the museum too.
By Train: Multiple Trams and metro lines connect Amsterdam to the Museum’s nearest stops: Van Baerlestraat (tram 2, 5 or 12) or Museumplein (tram: 3, 5 or 12).
By Bus: The nearest Bus Stop is Museumplein (bus 347 or 357).
You can buy Van Gogh Museum tickets online. Visitors must enter the museum specifically at the time of their booked slot.
The cancelation policy varies based on the Van Gogh Museum ticket you choose. Please check before you book your tickets.
The museum is typically open daily from 9 am to 6 pm. However, it is best to check the Plan Your Visit page for up-to-date information on opening hours and any temporary closures or changes.
The Van Gogh Museum provides you access to all the exhibits with a valid entrance ticket, at no extra cost.
Up to 48 hours before the date and time of your entry ticket, the museum allows you to change it to an alternative time based on availability. But cancellation is not allowed, and tickets are not refunded.
No, you can show the ticket on a mobile device for checking in.
The museum is easily accessible by various means of transportation, including tram, bus, or bicycle. It is located at Museumplein in Amsterdam. Visitors can refer to the Plan Your Visit page for detailed directions and transportation options.
No, the Van Gogh Museum does not provide a locker-room facility. It is advised to leave your luggage at the hotel or at one of the luggage service points in Museum Square.
The Van Gogh museum allows children below the age of 18 to enter for free.
Yes, the museum offers activities and resources specifically designed for children, such as interactive multimedia tours and workshops. Families can also explore the museum using family guides available at the information desk.
Yes, the museum is accessible for visitors with disabilities. It provides facilities such as wheelchair access, elevators, accessible toilets, and tactile aids. Detailed accessibility information is available on the official website.
The Van Gogh Museum is open all round the year. However, the timings vary, so please check the schedule before you plan your visit.
Depending on how much time you spend on each exhibit, the visit can take anything between 1 hour to 2 hours. On average, visitors spend 1 hour and 15 minutes to properly explore the permanent exhibit.
The I Amsterdam card includes free entry to various places museums, canal cruises, and public transport, including the Van Gogh Museum.
Yes, the museum provides a cloakroom where visitors can securely store their coats, bags, and larger items during their visit.
Photography and filming are not permitted inside the museum galleries to protect the artworks. However, visitors can take photographs in designated areas such as the entrance hall and the museum's public spaces.
The Van Gogh Museum frequently hosts temporary exhibitions showcasing various themes related to art and culture. Visitors can check the Inside page or inquire at the museum for information about current and upcoming exhibitions.
Yes, the museum has a gift shop where visitors can find a wide range of Van Gogh-related products, including books, prints, stationery, and other unique souvenirs inspired by the artist's works.
Sketching with pencils or charcoal is allowed in the museum's galleries, as long as it does not disturb other visitors or pose a risk to the artworks. However, the use of ink pens and easels is not permitted.
With the exception of guide dogs and assistance dogs, pets are not allowed inside the museum.
Yes, the Van Gogh Museum offers educational programs and resources for various age groups and educational institutions. These programs include workshops, lectures, and other activities that provide deeper insights into Van Gogh's art.