The largest collection of paintings by Vincent Van Gogh and the opportunity to buy tickets for the museum, avoiding the line.
Il Van Gogh Museum is, without a doubt, a must see when you visit the city of Amsterdam. There is no other place in the world where you will find so many paintings by Vincent van Gogh, gathered under one roof.
In the museum, you can observe the evolution of Van Gogh and compare his paintings with the works of other artists of the XXVIII century; the Van Gogh Museum, collects an extraordinary variety of testimonies, related to the history of the nineteenth century. You can book your ticket online in comfort, directly from here through the official website.
HOW TO GET
The Van Gogh Museum is located in the famous Musemplein. To get there from Amsterdam Central, take the Tram N2 / 5 and in about 25 minutes you will be in Van Baerlestraat; to get to the museum you will have to walk for 5 minutes.
TIMETABLES AND TICKETS
The ticket costs 17,00 € and includes admission to the museum is a visit to temporary exhibitions. Children under the age of 18, enter FREE.
The Van Gogh Museum is open every day from 9.00 to 17.00 and up to 22.00 on Fridays, except for the following days:
2 January - 8 January 2017: 9.00-19.00, up to 22.00 on Friday and up to 21.00 on Saturday. 27 March - 13 July 2017: 9.00-18.00 and up to 22.00 on Friday. 14 July - 3 September 2017: 9.00-19.00, up to 22.00 on Friday and up to 21.00 on Saturday. 4 September - 5 November 2017: 9.00-18.00 and up to 22.00 on Friday. 25 December 2017 - 7 January 2018: 9.00-18.00 and up to 22.00 on Friday. The 1 January 2018: 11.00-18.00
Wheelchairs and strollers / prams are available for visitors at no additional cost. Tickets can not be changed or refunded after purchase Tickets can be booked up to 60 days in advance.
Those interested can opt for a guided tour of the museum, at the cost of 29,00 €. You will be accompanied by the guide for the Van Gogh Museum, which will tell you interesting anecdotes about the artist and his works. You can admire the world's largest collection of paintings, drawings and letters. Includes entry skip the line, and guided tour in Italian or English. Info and reservations from this link.