Van Gogh Museum Tickets

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Opening hours

Mondays - Sundays 9:00 am - 7:00 pm.

The hours listed above are for the summer season, which runs between May and September. During other periods, the museum closes an hour or two earlier

Getting there

Museumplein 6, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Van Gogh Museum is located in the southern part of Amsterdam. If you

FAQ

Do I need to book tickets?
Indeed you do. All tickets to the Van Gogh Museum need to be booked online before your visit. Sadly, it
How long should I plan for my visit?
The museum suggests that a typical visit takes around an hour. Depending on what time you intend to visit and on how much of an art buff you are, you may need to plan for a little longer. The museum tends to get busy early in the afternoon, so if you really want to see these masterpieces up close, it may take some time. The museum also stages many fascinating temporary exhibitions.
Is there anywhere to eat or drink?
The Van Gogh Museum has an excellent café where you can grab a quick coffee or a light meal. The museum
Is the museum wheelchair friendly?
The museum has taken great care to meet the needs of wheelchair users. Priority entry and a lift at the entrance to the museum mean that those in wheelchairs will be able to get close to the art easily and quickly. Public transport to the Van Gogh Museum is also designed with wheelchairs in mind. Take the number 2 or number 5 tram to Van Baerlestraat and follow the signs for easy, step-free access to the museum.

Good-to-know points before going to the museum

Vincent van Gogh
Vincent van Gogh was born in the town of Zundert in 1853. As a young man, he worked as an art dealer in London and then became a missionary in Belgium before moving to Paris and seriously turning to painting. Despite frequent bouts of mental illness that manifested themselves as delusions and psychotic episodes, the post-Impressionist master completed over two thousand artworks in his short lifetime. Though he made little money during his lifetime, van Gogh
Vincent van Gogh

Vincent Van Gogh

The ear incident
Vincent van Gogh is known to many people as the artist who cut off his ear. In 1888, van Gogh roomed with fellow painter Paul Gauguin. Their relationship was complex and volatile, and after one especially tense evening, van Gogh attacked Gauguin with a razor. Gauguin fled and, assailed by voices in his head, van Gogh retreated to his room, where he severed his own ear. He then sent it to a woman who worked in the local brothel. Artists...
The ear incident

The ear incident

Contents of the museum
The Van Gogh Museum opened in 1973 and houses a vast collection of the artist
Contents of the museum

Contents of the Museum

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Vondel Park

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The Heineken Experience

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