Van Gogh Museum tickets: how to book and skip the line

VAN GOGH MUSEUM TICKETS: HOW TO BOOK AND SKIP THE LINE

Van Gogh Museum tickets and how to plan a visit to the world’s largest collection of works by Vincent Van Gogh.
If you are planning to visit Amsterdam or you are a fan of Van Gogh’s works you should definitely see this museum.

In this post you will find all the information to organize the visit to the museum and to start the journey to discover a unique artist, his works and his tormented life.

Van Gogh Museum tickets

VAN GOGH MUSEUM TICKETS: WHERE TO BUY THEM AND HOW TO BOOK THEM

The Van Gogh Museum is one of the most important museums in Amsterdam and also one of the most visited.
To enter, therefore, without queuing at the entrance it is necessary to book tickets in advance.

Tickets to see the Van Gogh Museum can be purchased in 4 ways:

1 – going directly to the museum entrance, but the line at the ticket office could be long. If you decide to arrive at the Museum without a reservation you will need to be patient!

2 – on line, through the site that allows you to book the entrance, which guarantees you to skip the line  –> Van Gogh Museum

3 – Combining the entrance to the museum with a cruise on the Amsterdam canals, also choosing a lunch or a dinner overlooking the city.
The possibilities are many and just choose the one that best suits your needs on the page –> Van Gogh Museum Tickets and Tours 

4 – By booking a guided tour of the two major museums in Amsterdam: the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum.
With this combined visit you can visit, with the help of an expert guide, two important museums, discovering the fundamental aspects of the history of the city and its protagonists. Take a look at the page that presents the tour and book –> Museo di Van Gogh e Rijksmuseum: tour e accesso prioritario

HOW TO GET TO VAN GOGH MUSEUM

The Van Gogh Museum is located in the Museum Quarter, near the Rijksmuseum.

Bus: 170, 171 e 172.

Tram: 2, 3, 5 e 12.

Opening HOURS tO THE VAN GOGH MUSEUM

From 1 March to 1 September and 27 to 31 December: every day from 9:00 to 18:00, on Friday until 22:00
The rest of the year: every day from 9:00 to 17:00, Friday until 22:00.

VAN GOGH MUSEUM TICKETS: VISIT

The Van Gogh Museum was opened in 1973 and contains about 200 paintings, over 500 drawings and watercolors and the many letters that Vincent Van Gogh wrote or received in his life, weaving friendships with the artists of his time and with his brother Theo.
The visit to the museum then becomes not only an itinerary to discover the artist’s works but a journey into the inner world of Van Gogh, which led him to create the works that everyone now knows.

The most important works of Van Gogh are found right in this museum and to find out which ones are truly unmissable I suggest you read the post Van Gogh Museum works: the masterpieces you can’t miss.

The Van Gogh Museum has a path that develops through two buildings and proposes the artist’s works in chronological order, allowing them to traverse all of Vincent’s artistic phases.
The fact that the museum also preserves the personal objects of the painter, such as brushes, tempera, desks and above all letters makes the visit even more exciting.
Finally, the works of the artists who were his friends and with whom Van Gogh always had a complex relationship enrich the visit with interesting ideas.

READ ALSO – Vincent Van Gogh: 5 things to know

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