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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 →
Van Gogh only painted for about a decade, but he left behind a remarkable legacy of paintings and drawings, as well as his left ear. The highlight of the museum is its impressive... Full review →The lines can get pretty painful; to avoid them, reserve tickets on the museum’s website or arrive when the throngs thin around 10:30am or 4pm.
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. An inspired redesign of the old... 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 →