Van Gogh Museum: Stay as long as you like.
Choose from multiple time slots, available during booking
Van Gogh Museum: Make your way to Museumplein 6, Amsterdam.
Cruise: Make your way to Prins Hendrikkade 25, Amsterdam.
The cruise can be done before or after the museum visit.
Same as the start point
Enjoy an Amsterdam canal cruise and explore the beautiful canal belt of the ‘Venice of the North.'. Discover the three most famous canals of the city, the Keizersgracht, Prinsengracht, and Herengracht and admire the grand houses alongside the canals, built by wealthy spice merchants during the Dutch Golden Age. Discover why the 100km-long canal belt is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site on a leisurely 1-hour cruise.
You can visit the Van Gogh Museum before or after the cruise. Marvel at the unique style and bright colours of Van Gogh’s famous art works. The Van Gogh Museum permanently houses one of the popular ‘Sunflower’ works, a must-see for every art enthusiast. Check out the world's largest collection of work by Vincent van Gogh, including over 200 of his paintings, 500 drawings and more than 750 letters. Delve into the mind of the most famous Dutch master and compare his paintings to works by other artists from the 19th century in the collection, such as Gauguin, Manet and Pissarro.
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So there’s no last-minute rush please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes early.
Timings are subject to change.
Pets allowed: No
Wheelchair accessible: Yes. However, the wheelchair/stroller can't be taken on board. It can be safely placed on the quayside.
Check the current opening hours on 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.
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