Van Gogh Museum + Amsterdam Canal Cruise

Van Gogh Museum + Amsterdam Canal Cruise

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Important info

Van Gogh Museum

  • See for the current opening hours the website of the Van Gogh Museum
  • Respect the start time. You can enter for a maximum of 30 minutes after the time you reserved.
  • The Van Gogh Museum has its own privacy policy, general terms and conditions, and the rules for a safe visit. Please read these prior to your visit.
  • Location: Museumplein 6, Amsterdam

Amsterdam Canal Cruise

  • Wearing a face mask is voluntary
  • Departs near Central Station (Prins Hendrikkade 25)
  • Check-in 5 min before departure
  • Child age: 4-13 years 

What's included?

  • A one-hour boat trip on the UNESCO Heritage canal ring of Amsterdam
  • Spend as much time as you want in the museum
  • Audio guide in several languages onboard the canal boat
  • Enjoy free WiFi onboard the canal boat
  • E-ticket is directly available on smartphones
  • Fast track admission for the museum

About these activities

  • The world’s largest collection of Van Gogh paintings
  • Work by Van Gogh’s contemporaries including Gaugin and Monet
  • Enjoy the unique UNESCO World Heritage canal district

Not to miss sights

Combining these two famous sights on your visit to Amsterdam will help you to see as much of the city as possible and to discover the many talents of the famous, post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh.

Learn about Van Gogh's life, read his letters, or explore his paintings and drawings, before or after you enjoy a boat tour through the iconic 17th century canals. You choose the order in which you want visit these attractions, all while saving both time and money with this great combo.

Sunflowers and Potato Eaters

Van Gogh is quite possibly the most famous amongst the Dutch masters, though many outside the country's borders mispronounce his name. The museum dedicated to his work was entirely refurbished in 2013 in order to remain a cutting-edge exhibition space worthy of the art work on display.

A visit to the Van Gogh Museum is a unique experience. The museum is home to the largest collection of work by Vincent van Gogh in the world, including over 200 of his paintings, 500 drawings and more than 750 letters.

It provides the opportunity to keep track of the artist's developments and compare his paintings to works by other artists from the 19th century in the collection, such as Gauguin, Manet and Pissarro. The museum also presents exhibitions on various subjects from 19th-century art history.

Canals and merchant houses

An Amsterdam canal cruise is the perfect addition to a trip to the Van Gogh Museum. During the hour-long cruise, you’ll discover the beautiful canal belt of the ‘Venice of the North.' The Amsterdam canal cruise is truly one of Amsterdam’s highlights, it’s no wonder that the 100km-long canal belt is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Marvel at the three most famous canals of the city, the Keizersgracht, Prinsengracht, and Herengracht, alongside which wealthy spice merchants constructed grand houses during the Dutch Golden Age. The Amsterdam canal cruise is significantly enriched by an audio guide, in 19 languages, packed with fascinating information about the city's history.