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12 expert recommendations
Museumplein—a grassy square connecting Amsterdam’s main art centers. Full review →
The world's premier venue for works by tragically talented Van Gogh.
Including The Potato Eaters, The Yellow House in Arles, and Wheatfield with Crows. Full review →
This remarkable light-infused building ... venerates the short, certainly not sweet, but highly productive career of everyone's favorite tortured 19th-century artist. Full review →
More than 200 paintings by Vincent van Gogh (1853-90), along with nearly every sketch, print, etching, and piece of correspondence the artist ever produced. Full review →
Although the breadth of the Rijksmuseum is impressive, there’s something pretty incredible about being able to see the work of a single artist curated in great depth in one place. Full review →
We think this may be the best museum in Amsterdam—unfortunately, so do a lot of other people. The lines can get pretty painful; to avoid them, reserve tickets on the museum’s website. Full review →
The Van Gogh Museum is one of Amsterdam’s must-sees. Full review →
The experience is unforgettable. Full review →
More of the tortured artist’s work is collected here than anywhere in the world, from The Potato Eaters, through Sunflowers, to Wheatfield with Crows Full review →Pre-book online to avoid long entrance queues.
As well as the bright colours of his palette, Vincent van Gogh is known throughout the world for his productivity. Full review →
Rent a bicycle and head to Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum, home to the largest collection of work by the influential Dutch Impressionist. Full review →