Moco Museum Tickets

Opening hours

The Moco Museum is open every day from 9am until 7pm.

There is no mention on the museum’s website of any days when the museum is closed. There is also no mention of how long to allow for a visit or the time of the last entry.

How to get there

The Moco Museum located between the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum on the Museumplein.

Bus- there are numerous bus services that operate from all areas of the city to the Museumplein.

Tram- tram lines 2, 5 and 12 all operate to stations close to the Museumplein.

Car- the closest car park is the Q-Park which is located below the Museumplein. You will find the entrance to this car park opposite the Concertgebouw on the western side of the Museumplein.

FAQ

When did the museum first open?
The Moco Museum is a fairly new museum having first opened its doors to the public in April 2016. It was founded by its owners Lionel and Kim Logchies.
Is Moco the full name of the museum?
No, the museum’s full title is the Modern Contemporary Museum Amsterdam.
How much does it cost to visit the museum?
An adult ticket costs €14.50 when bought at the ticket office. You can save 1 Euro by buying your tickets online. Children’s tickets cost €12 for ages 16-17, €9.50 for those aged 10-15, while anyone aged less than 10 has free entry. Students aged over 18, on production of their student card can pay just €12.
Is there an audio-tour available?
Yes, an audio-tour costs €2.50 and is available in English, Dutch, German, French, Spanish and Italian.
Can I bring my dog into the museum?
The only dogs permitted into the museum are service dogs fitted with a suitable harness.
Am I permitted to take photographs inside the museum?
Yes, you can take as many pictures for your personal use as you would like. However, you are not permitted to use flash photography.
How can I learn about new developments at the museum?
You can sign up for a newsletter through the official website. https://mocomuseum.com
Is the museum suitable as a venue for a business event?
Yes it is. If you would like more information about hosting business events check out the official website.
Is it possible to give tickets as a gift?
Yes, you just need to buy a ticket online without a specified visiting date and it can be given as a gift.
Do I have to buy separate tickets for each exhibition?
Your ticket gives you admission to all the exhibitions on show on the day of your visit. If there are not an adequate number of exhibitions available the museum will reduce its admission prices accordingly.
Can I store bulky items in your cloakroom?
Our cloakroom is very small and so there is no space for storing any large or bulky items during your visit.

Must Know

Exhibitions
The first exhibitions to be displayed at the Moco were ‘Laugh Now’ containing some of the works of graffiti artist Banksy, and ‘Royal’ some works created by Andy Warhol. The Moco purchased a painted police van, a creation of Banksy in June 2016. This was then exhibited in the garden of the museum.
Accessibility for wheelchair users
The villa that houses the Moco Museum contains several sets of stairways and has no lift. Unfortunately in its present form the museum is inaccessible to wheelchair users.
Yayoi Kusama Exhibition
On the 22nd of March 24, 2019, the Japanese artist celebrated her 90th birthday. On that date through to the 30th of September, 2019 the Moco Museum will show an exhibition of the eccentric and enigmatic Polkadot Princess. Dot Art is her style with polkadots featuring heavily across her work. In addition to her drawings, paintings and installations she is also committed to issues such as feminism and sexism which also feature in her work.
Daniel Arsham Exhibition
The Moco Museum currently has an exhibition of the New York based artist that will run until the 30th of September, 2019. Arsham’s work is on show in the Netherlands for the first time and incorporates design, architecture, sculpture, film and performance art.
Banksy- Laugh Now Exhibition
This exhibition has been extended until the end of September 2019. The exhibition contains some of the iconic artists lesser publicized artwork, his indoor creations on canvas, wood and paper. They are all on loan to Moco from private collectors and not curated through any collaboration with the artist, Banksy.
The MoCollection
This permanent collection is a celebration of artists that have stood out through their contributions to the culture of art. Artists such as Warhol, Damien Hirst and Keith Haring who have a unique vision for their own work as well as to inspire others.
Other Exhibitions
The Moco also has an exhibition of the work of Roy Lichtenstein and its own outdoor creative space known as the Moco Garden. The outdoor space is full of surprises to keep you entertained during your visit.

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