Van Gogh Museum

Van Gogh Museum

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  • Optional with Multimedia Tour available in 11 languages
  • For current opening hours, see the website of the Van Gogh Museum
  • Respect the start time. You can enter for a maximum of 30 minutes after the time you reserved
  • Child ticket: 0-17
  • E-ticket directly available on smartphone
  • The Van Gogh Museum has its own privacy policy, general terms and conditions, and the rules for a safe visit. Please read these prior to your visit.
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  • The world’s largest collection of Van Gogh paintings
  • Works by Van Gogh’s contemporaries
  • Read Van Gogh’s personal letters
  • Optional: interactive and engaging multimedia tour

The home of Vincent Van Gogh’s art

A visit to the Van Gogh Museum should be on everyone’s to do list when they visit Amsterdam. The museum is home to the largest collection of work by Vincent van Gogh in the world, including over 200 of his paintings, 500 drawings and more than 750 letters.

The influential post-impressionist artist hardly needs an introduction, as his extensive body of work is amongst some of the most well-known in the history of modern art. A trip to the Van Gogh Museum is an essential part of your experience in Amsterdam.

Discover the world’s largest Van Gogh collection

The Van Gogh Museum is located on the Museum Square, the famous square where you’ll also find the Rijksmuseum, the Royal Concertgebouw and the Stedelijk Museum. It is The Netherlands’ second most-visited museum, attracting between one to two million visitors each year.

The Van Gogh Museum consists of two buildings, which were designed by acclaimed architects Kisho Kurokawa and Gerrit Rietveld. The Kurokawa wing is used for temporary exhibitions and the Rietveld building displays the permanent works. Some of the most well-known pieces on display include the Van Gogh Sunflowers (1889), Almond Blossoms (1890) and The Potato Eaters (1885).

Van Gogh’s contemporaries

The museum also houses works by artists who are associated with Van Gogh, those who inspired him, his contemporaries, and those whom he inspired. These include artists such as Auguste Rodin, Claude Monet, Georges Seurat, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Odilon Redon, amongst others. These artworks allow the museum to offer more context and share new stories about Van Gogh and the times he lived in. You’ll learn about the painter’s captivating history and his influence on the development of modern art.

Get your tickets to the Van Gogh Museum

Enjoy a relaxing afternoon admiring the beautiful Van Gogh paintings and works by his contemporaries, as well as learning about the fascinating history of this prolific artist. Purchase your tickets now and discover the beauty at the Van Gogh Museum!

You have the option to complete your visit to the Van Gogh Museum with a Multimedia Tour, which gives you a fresh insight into how the artist worked and what motivated him, revealing a Van Gogh you've never knew before. Get your Van Gogh Museum tickets through our website and make sure you don’t miss the chance to pay a visit to this spectacular Amsterdam museum.

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