When you want to visit a typical attraction during your stay in Netherlands, you cannot pass up on the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. The Van Gogh Museum has the world’s largest collection of paintings, drawings and letters by the famous Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. Step into the amazing world of one of the most famous and admired artists of all time. The Netherlands’ most famous artist, Vincent van Gogh’s revolutionary work permanently changed the course of art history and influenced generations of artists that followed. This amazing artist created a staggering 900 paintings throughout his life, and the world’s largest Van Gogh exhibition are here in Amsterdam. Additionally, illustrations, personal belongings and related artefacts are also displayed, allowing visitors to take a glimpse into the life of this incredibly talented but complicated artist.
Get your Van Gogh Museum tickets through our website and make sure you don’t miss the chance to pay a visit to this colourful museum. By booking your Van Gogh Museum tickets online, you can save time and avoid the lines at the often busy ticket counter. The Van Gogh Museum is located in Amsterdam, at the Museumplein, the famous square where you’ll also find the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk museum and many others. It is The Netherlands’ second most-visited museum, attracting around one million visitors each year. Complete your Amsterdam experience and get to know the work of one of the world’s most fascinating artists!
Please check specific opening hours in Van Gogh museum properly. The museum is open every day from 9 am to 6 pm (except for Fridays when it is open until 9pm). The average visit to the museum lasts around 1 hour which allows sufficient time to explore the permanent collection. But generally many visitors spend a total of 2 hours at the museum. The best time to visit the van Gogh exhibition in Amsterdam is from 9 am to 11 am or after 3 pm. The busiest times are between 11 am and 3 pm. Enjoy a relaxing time admiring the beautiful Van Gogh paintings and works by his contemporaries, as well as learning about the fascinating history of this iconic artist!