Van Gogh Museum
Experience some of the finest artwork that the world has ever seen by visiting the van Gogh Museum, with discounted entry when you add a Holland Pass to your ferry to Holland.
Vincent van Gogh has created some of the most iconic artwork in history and his work has left an impact on culture both in Holland and around the world. Experience the very best of his work, as well as learning more about the man himself, by visiting the van Gogh Museum whilst in Amsterdam.
Opening its doors in 1973, the gallery contains the largest collection of Van Gogh’s paintings in the world and the easily navigated layout allows you to discover his work throughout his career including through Paris, Arles, Saint Remy and early work in Amsterdam and London, to where he is now buried in Auvers. View iconic van Gogh works such as ‘The Starry Night’, ‘Sunflowers’ and ‘The Potato Eaters’ amongst others as you learn about the genius and tragedy that marked his life.
The exhibitions are very well-stocked, and allow you to compare Van Gogh’s work with other famous artists of his time including Monet and Bernard pieces, with audio tours available and even treasure hunts to keep adventurous kids entertained.
A Holland Pass offers free entry to this must-see attraction, and fast-track entry is also available to help you beat the queues. After visiting the museum, your Holland Pass will also give you special discounts on entry to hundreds of other top attractions, so make sure you pick yours up when booking your ferry to Amsterdam.
Please note: From 29 September 2012 until 25 April 2013, the Van Gogh Museum will be temporarily hosted by the Hermitage Amsterdam due to refurbishment.
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