Tip: See our Amsterdam Museums home page for general information, including how to obtain discounts on entrance fees.
Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum contains the largest collection of paintings by Vincent van Gogh in the world.
With 2.26 million visitors in 2017, it is not only Amsterdam’s most popular museum — but also the most visited museum in the Netherlands.
We’ll show you how to avoid the busiest days and times, where to buy Skip-the-line tickets, and how to get there.
Also: details about the collection, along with information about the current temporary exhibition: Van Gogh & Japan
By the way, do you know how the Dutch pronounce ‘Vincent van Gogh’?
The Anne Frank House museum is one of Amsterdam’s most popular tourist attractions.
A new ticket & entry system has significantly reduced the legendary ‘eternal’ queues . However, visiting the museum takes some planning.
We explain the ticket & entry system, alert you to the busiest times, and have a serious warning about where not to get tickets. Important: Due to renovation work, through May 1, 2018, all visitors must purchase an online ticket (with a time slot) in advance. No tickets will be available at the ticket office.
The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is the premier art museum in the Netherlands.
It is devoted to several national collections — and consists of Dutch art from the earliest moments to the 19th century.
The Night Watch is Rembrandt’s most popular painting. But its real name is different, and the scene painted actually took place during the day.
One of Amsterdam’s most unique museums is the EYE Film Instituut Nederland — EYE Film Institute Netherlands.
EYE houses an internationally renowned film collection that covers the entire history of cinema.
Devoted to modern art from the mid-19th century to the present day, the Stedelijk Museum is one of the world’s leading modern art museums.
After an extensive renovation, that took much longer than planned, the museum will re-open in September, 2012.
More than twenty years since its creation, The Hoerengracht — and artistic interpretation of Amsterdam’s Red Light District — makes its first appearance in the city.
The installation can be viewed through the end of August 2010 at the Amsterdam Historical Museum.
Outstanding works by Matisse, Picasso, Van Dongen, De Vlaminck, Derain and many other contemporaries of theirs will be seen in a magnificent display from 6 March 2010 to 17 September 2010 at the Hermitage Amsterdam.
The exhibition is titled, Pioneers of Modern Art Matisse to Malevich.
Hermitage Amsterdam is a dependency of the Hermitage Museum of St. Petersburg, located in the largest 17th century building in town.
Amsterdam’s Tropenmuseum, the Museum of the Tropics, offers 8 permanent exhibitions as well as an ongoing series of temporary exhibitions.