Due to national policy relating to the coronavirus (covid-19) the Van Gogh Museum will remain closed to the public until 1 June 2020.
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On 12 March 2020 the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, has banned all events with over a hundred participants, with immediate effect. This ban is also applicable for venues where over a hundred people gather, such as museums and theatres. The Van Gogh Museum will remain closed until 1 June.
What does this mean for your visit to the Van Gogh Museum?
All visitors with a valid ticket and a admission date between 13 March and 1st June 2020, will receive a refund of their purchase amount.
The Van Gogh Museum is working hard to assist everyone who have already bought a ticket to visit the museum. Please do not contact us. We will contact you by email as soon as possible.
If you like to postpone your museumvisit until after June 1st, we recommend to purchase a new ticket at a later time. We do not rebook tickets.
Bookings via an agent or reseller
If you have booked your ticket via an agent or reseller, please contact the relevant agency.
Support the museum
Due to the closure, the Van Gogh Museum loses crucial income. We generate 89% of our income ourselves and depends to a large extent on ticket sales to visitors.
Many of our visitors have mentioned they want to support us. We appreciate that very much. Would you like to support us? Every small donation really does help.