Tickets for Stedelijk Museum: Skip The Line
A mecca of modern art masterpieces
- Spend an enlightening day surrounded by modern art
- See works by Warhol, Kandinsky, Rodin, Matisse, Pollock and more
- Explore the regularly revolving temporary exhibitions
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. With a collection of 90,000 works of art in its 9,000m2 of exhibition space, there's sure to be something for everyone.
The terrace that opens onto Amsterdam's famous Museumplein is 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?".
De Stijl (3 December 2016 - 27 November 2017)
The first edition of the monthly magazine De Stijl was published in 1917. This cutting-edge publication had a huge impact on the art world. This temporary exhibition, part of the 100th anniversary of De Stijl, reveals how the magazine's legacy still resonates today.
Edward Krasiński (24 June - 15 October 2017)
One of the most impressive Eastern European artists of the 20th century, Edward Krasiński (1925-2004), was also a prominent figure in the 1960s and 1970s Polish avant-garde era. This is the first retrospective of his work in the Netherlands.
Walk past the box office, climb the small stairs and show your smartphone ticket at the entrance.
- Tram: 2 or 5, Van Baerlestraat; 3, 5 or 12, Museumplein
- Bus: 170, 172, 174, 197 or 758, Rijksmuseum