Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam
A visit to the Van Gogh Museum is a unique experience of your visit to Amsterdam.
The museum contains the largest collection of van Gogh's paintings in the world.
The displays provide the opportunity to keep track of the artist's
developments, or compare his paintings to works by
other artists from the 19-th century. The museum also holds an extensive offer
of exhibitions on various subjects from 19-th century art history.
The collection features the works of Vincent van Gogh,
and the works of other artists. Van Gogh's work is organised chronologically
into five periods, each representing a different phase of his life and work:
The Netherlands, Paris, Arles, Saint-Remy and Auvers-sur-Oise.
The images of paintings can be viewed alphabetically, or listed by title on the museum's web site:
How to get there
The Van Gogh Museum is situated in the Amsterdam's Museum Quarter,
between the Rijksmuseum and the Stedelijk Museum.
The museum entrance is at the Paulus Potterstraat 7.
It can be reached by tram number 2 and 5 from the Central Station.
The museum is accessible for disabled visitors.
Museum: daily 10am - 6pm.
Closed 1 January
Anyone can show people round the Van Gogh Museum. Making reservations is not required,
but the groups should not consist of more than 15 people.
Tel. +31 (0)20-570 52 52
Fax: +31 (0)20-570 5 222
P.O. Box 75366
1070 AJ Amsterdam
You can buy these fine art prints from the Vag Gogh Museum:
Vincent van Gogh Gallery
The website remains the most thorough and comprehensive Van Gogh resource on web, includes paintings, drawings, watercolours, graphic works and letter sketches.