The Museum tends to get very busy during the day, especially between 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM, so if you wish to avoid noise and crowds, we suggest that you book your time slot in the first couple of hours after opening or before closure.
One of the most-visited museums in the city and in the world, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam features works by the famous Dutch artist and his contemporaries. The local collection of Van Gogh’s paintings and drawings is the largest that exists. The Museum hosts permanent and temporary exhibitions laid out chronologically in its two buildings, allowing to track the evolution of the artist’s style throughout the years.
Key items on display include:
The address is Museumplein 6, 1071. The museum is easily accessible via public transport, the nearest stops being Van Baerlestraat (trams 2, 5 and 12) and Museumplein (trams 3, 5 and 12, buses 347 and 357). Vijzelgracht is the nearest underground station. Please check the local public transport website to plan your journey in advance.
The nearest parking garage is Q-Park (Van Baerlestraat entrance), alternatively you could park in the street for a fee.
Tickets to the Museum cost €20 per person for adults, children and youth under 18 years old go free. Student tickets cost €10 (student card or proof of enrolment is required). The student ticket is not valid on weekends or on national holidays. Please check the for special discounts.
Group visits and children’s programs are available.
Admission is by timed ticket which should be booked online.
The Museum is open daily. Opening hours vary depending on the season, generally it opens in the morning and closes around 5:00 - 6:00 PM.
You need to reserve your tickets in advance and choose a particular time slot. Booking is available via our website.
We recommend that you book your timed ticket at least 48 hours in advance in order to secure your desired slot.