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Tickets for Stedelijk Museum: Skip The Line

A mecca of modern art

Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

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Instant ticket delivery
Smartphone tickets accepted
Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
Daily: 10:00 - 18:00, Friday until 22:00
Best time to visit
Between 10:00 and 15:00 or Friday evening


  • Spend an enlightening day surrounded by modern art
  • See works by Warhol, Kandinsky, Rodin, Matisse, Pollock and more
  • Explore the regularly revolving temporary exhibitions
  • Enter through the recently renovated 'bathtub' wing


Amsterdam's Stedelijk Museum, the permanent home of the Dutch National Museum of Modern Art, has one of the richest modern art collections in the world. As well as regularly rotating temporary exhibitions, the museum houses many modern classics.

The permanent collection of the Stedelijk (Dutch for 'municipal') Museum includes works from leading lights of 19th- and 20th-century painting. Artists include Monet, Picasso and Chagall - as well as Pop Art from Warhol and Lichtenstein.

There are also abstracts by Mondrian and Kandinsky, a unique collection of 29 paintings by influential avant-garde painter Casimir Malevich, and a whole lot more. All of it housed in its unique modern-meets-neo-Renaissance facility, it's a perfect Amsterdam morning (or afternoon) for the art lover.

Enter the building through the recently completed ultra-modern 'bathtub' wing, and join the original 19th century building - there's no better facility to experience modern-meets-contemporary art. With a collection of 90,000 works of art in its 9,000m2 of exhibition space, there's sure to be something for everyone.

It also has a great new restaurant, with a terrace that opens onto Amsterdam's famous Museumplein. It's the perfect spot to relax after your museum visit, enjoy a slice of cake, and repeatedly say to your companions, "Yes, the art was beautiful, but what does it mean?".

Jean Tinguely’s Machine Spectacle (1 Oct 2016 – 5 Mar 2017)

The excellent Stedelijk Museum is hosting a retrospective of the life and work of Jean Tinguely, a Swiss artist renowned for his kinetic art, that is, sculptures that move naturally or are automated. Although the name Tinguely might not ring any bells, some of his works literally do. More than a 100 mechanical sculptures, films, pictures and archive materials will be on display and this ticket includes access to this intriguing exhibition. Book now!


Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Museumplein 10 (Paulus Potterstraat)


Additional information


Under-18s can enter this venue for free. However they still need tickets, which can be picked up at the box office.

Getting There

  • Tram: lines 2 or 5, stop Van Baerlestraat; lines 3, 5 or 12, stop Museumplein
  • Bus: lines 170, 172, 174, 197 and 758 - stop Rijksmuseum

Note: les moins de 18 ans peuvent entrer gratuitement. Cependant ils ont besoin d'un billet qui peut être récupéré à la billetterie.

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Great service, would recommend using it

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The expo about the Amsterdamse School was really very interesting.

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Efficient & effective

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Easy to do whilst on the run

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Interesting museum if you are keen on early-mid 20th century dutch design or have an interest in the arts. Very interactive with great opportunities for children to join in. Using Tiqets 'Skip the Line' meant no queuing - great if it's raining or you have little ones in tow! We happily filled 3 hours here.

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The anime ball-pit brought my 15 year old back for a second visit.

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The ticket service was good. The museum was poor.

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