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More about the Van Gogh Museum

To make the most of your Van Gogh Museum tickets, you're advised to spend around 90 minutes exploring the museum's permanent collection. If you're a connoisseur of Vincent's work, then you could easily spend three hours wandering between exhibits.

Prices for Van Gogh Museum tickets can vary a little, but for a basic entry ticket, you're likely to spend around €21.

Van Gogh Museum entry is also included with the I Amsterdam City Card. For around €65 for a 24-hour card, you'll be able to see everything at the Van Gogh Museum, as well as enjoy entry to the Rijksmuseum, ARTIS Zoo, Nemo Science Museum, Moco Museum, and many more.

As one of the most famous painters that ever lived, Vincent van Gogh's paintings are hot property. His paintings are scattered all over the world, from Paris to New York, but a huge portion of them, the largest in the world, is on display at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

Everything from serene landscapes, beautiful still lifes, and revealing self-portraits are on show. You'll be able to see a version of his iconic Sunflowers; admire a painting close to Van Gogh's heart, The Potato Eaters; and get up close to one of three depictions of Van Gogh's own bedroom, Bedroom in Arles.

Find out where Van Gogh's most famous works are located.

The Van Gogh Museum is located in the heart of Museumplein in Amsterdam.

Museumplein is one of the most beautiful areas in the city, with the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, and the Stedelijk Museum all located there.

From Amsterdam Centraal Station, you can reach the Van Gogh Museum in 15 minutes by bike or tram.

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About: Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum displays over 200 of Vincent van Gogh's works, including landscapes, still lifes and drawings, and letters. By displaying them alongside works from Van Gogh's contemporaries, viewers get real insights into his life and work.

The museum itself is comprised of two buildings. The main building, designed by Gerrit Rietveld, Joan van Dillen, and J. van Tricht, opened in 1973. The second building, designed by Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa was added in 1999. Located in Amsterdam's Museumplein (along with the Stedelijk and Rijksmuseum), the Van Gogh Museum is one of the most-visited museums in the Netherlands.

Van Gogh Museum
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Museumplein 6, 1071 DJ, Amsterdam
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