Situated just next to the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam houses the biggest collection of modern and contemporary art in the Netherlands. It was opened by Princess Beatrix in 2012 and has been wowing art-lovers in their thousands ever since! Here, you’ll find works by contemporary artists such as Picasso, Steve McQueen and Any Warhol. The installations are constantly changing, while the collection remains a permanent exhibit. With so much to see and do, it’s a superb day out for art fans, while budding artists will be inspired to break out the easels and paints for themselves!
- A permanent Matisse exhibition
- Over 2,500 works of art are featured in the permanent collection
- A great range of activities for younger visitors
- Photography is permitted, although the use of a flash is not
- Audio tours are available in six languages
- A stunning restaurant and a shop packed with unusual and interesting gifts
With the AmsterdamTickets.com voucher you can go to the ticket counter at Stedelijk Museum directly. OPENING HOURS: Daily 10 am – 6 pm Thursday 10 am – 10 pm GETTING THERE: From Amsterdam Central Station: Tram 2 (direction Nieuw Sloten) Tram 5 (direction Amstelveen Binnenhof), stop Van Baerlestraat Bus 170 (direction Uithoorn, Amstelplein) Bus 172 (direction Kudelstaart), stops Hobbemastraat or Museumplein