Address and Opening Hours
Tuesdays until Sundays: open from 10 am. Plan your route to the Van Gogh Museum, Museumplein 6 in Amsterdam.
Exhibition ‘Your Loving Vincent’. Van Gogh’s Greatest Letters still on view.
Tomorrow at 10 am the Van Gogh Museum reopens its doors after being closed for two weeks as a result of corona measures by the Dutch government. The museum takes measures to ensure that visits are as safe as possible and welcomes a limited number of visitors each day. The exhibition ‘Your loving Vincent’: Van Gogh’s Greatest Letters is of course still on display.
Emilie Gordenker, Director of the Van Gogh Museum: ‘Art can unite us as well and also offer comfort and hope for the future. We are absolutely delighted that the Van Gogh Museum will reopen tomorrow morning. We will do our best to offer a safe and inspirational experience for all of our visitors.’
A safe and pleasant visit to the Van Gogh Museum still remains a priority. Face masks are compulsory for all visitors, and the number of tickets is (and will remain) limited. This means that all visitors will have have plenty of space to get to know Van Gogh better, and can keep the required distance from other visitors and staff.
Tickets with a start time are only available through the museum website (this also accounts for Museum- and other discount cards). Until the end of 2020 the Van Gogh Museum will be open on weekdays (except 23rd and 30th of November and 7th and 14th of December) from 10 am until 5 pm and on weekend days until 6 pm.
Vincent van Gogh was not only a talented artist, but also an avid letter writer. While the majority of his letters are in the Van Gogh Museum collection, they are rarely put on public display due to their fragility. The exhibition ‘Your loving Vincent’: Van Gogh’s Greatest Letters offers visitors the remarkable opportunity to view some 40 of Vincent van Gogh’s fascinating letters alongside iconic artworks such as The Bedroom (1888), The Sower (1888) and The Potato Eaters (1885). The exhibition will be on display up and until the 10th of January 2021.
This year, the Van Gogh Museum has only been able to welcome a fraction of its usual visitor numbers. Which means the museum scarcely has any income. The Van Gogh Museum normally generates nearly 90% of its own income. Your support is therefore vital, even now that we are able to reopen our doors. Help us by visiting the museum, making a donation or making a purchase in our webstore. With your support, we can continue inspiring you, both now and in the future.