- See the world’s largest collection of Van Gogh paintings and gain an appreciation of his instantly recognizable impression of Impressionism
- See incredible works by Van Gogh’s contemporaries - including Gauguin's Les Misérables, and Monet's Tulip Fields near The Hague
- Get in quicker via the 'Yellow Lane' (the fastest way in is the Van Gogh Museum: Skip The Line ticket - though these often sell out in advance)
The Van Gogh Museum houses the largest collection of the Dutch master's artwork in the world. Observing his paintings allows you to trace the famous artist's development and see how his work differentiates him from other 19th century artists. This must-have Amsterdam ticket allows you to skip the ticket queue and go straight into the quicker 'Yellow Lane'. For direct access, upgrade to Van Gogh Museum: Skip The Line, and walk right in.
The permanent collection of Van Gogh's works in the museum displays over 200 items, including his serene landscapes, beautiful still lifes and compelling drawings and letters. Together, they cast a revealing light on his extraordinary life. Don't miss his legendary painting Sunflowers ,and his eccentric self-portraits, all of which provide proof of his sense of humor, as well as his talent.
The Van Gogh Museum also showcases works by some of his contemporaries — including Gauguin and Monet — both of whom put his paintings into a broader context. Besides the permanent collection, the museum also exhibits seasonal expositions, which show various aspects of 19th century art history.
The Van Gogh Museum's multimedia guide is available in English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, Mandarin and Japanese.
How to use your tickets
- Use the Yellow Voucher lane and show your voucher on your smartphone
- During peak hours you may have to wait, even with voucher lane tickets
- Lines are not covered so bring your raincoat if there is a risk of rain, or even a sun umbrella on very hot days
Suitcases, large backpacks, and other oversized objects aren't allowed in the museum. This rule is strictly enforced, so you'll need to make other arrangements for your suitcases and steamer trunks.