Visit the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam

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What is the Van Gogh Museum?

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam houses the world's largest collection of Van Gogh's works, including famous pieces like "Sunflowers," and offers educational programs, guided tours, and a restaurant.

Why Visit the Van Gogh Museum

Visit the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam to immerse yourself in the world of the iconic artist and witness masterpieces like "Van Gogh's Bedroom in Arles," "Almond Blossoms," and his renowned self-portraits. Gain a deeper understanding of his life and artistic journey.

Works by Other Artists 

The Van Gogh Museum displays works by renowned artists such as Paul Gauguin ("The Yellow Christ," "Still Life with profile by Laval"), Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec ("The red mill"), and Émile Bernard (Portrait of Van Gogh).

How to Get to the Van Gogh Museum?

Getting to the Van Gogh Museum is easy. Use public transportation (trams, buses, or metro) with stops nearby. Alternatively, rent bicycles to explore like locals or consider renting a car for travel outside Amsterdam.

Buying Tickets

Visiting the Van Gogh Museum? Buy tickets online to skip the lines.  Prices range from €10 for students to €20-22 for adults. Children under 18 enter for FREE.

Opening Hours and Guided Tours

Van Gogh Museum Opening Hours: Mon-Sun, 9 AM-6 PM (Fri until 9 PM).

Explore the artworks and life of Van Gogh with guided tours. Options include private, group, and tours for children. Available in multiple languages.