Audio (media) guide is simple and provides excellent assistance. You will not be disappointed paying 5 euro for the audio giude.
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Its a shame that this museum has nothing more to offer than just Van Gogh (incredible painter don't get me wrong) when the Netherlands have gifted the world with such a breadth of incredible art. Could do with more tulips and maybe some wooden shoes....More
ENJOYING To look at masterpieces so close 😊😳In love with fantastic color combinations. I get headphones with device to listen and read information about painting and biography of Van Gogh for 5€. For some photos can check my Instagram @ timampiri
It’s like walk through Van Goghs whole life. And there is some interest way to interact with the story of Van Gogh. Ex. listen the letter from himself and others. Feel more close to story. Very inspiring. I walk through ever pieces and it tools...More
Any fan of art should stop in. The presentation is a bit unique in that it is presented chronologically on Vincent's life and individual gallery themes are typically by the time and location Vincent was at. The biggest downside are the crowds, it was uncomfortably...More
An impressive colletion of one of my favourist artist, covering his proficient years from begining to the demential ending
We were able to purchase tickets and given a time to return instead of waiting in line, which enabled us to get some lunch first. The museum was well organised and very interesting. Well worth a visit.
If you are a fan of Van Gogh or the Impressionist art movement this is a must see. Order online to avoid queue, also prepare for a 10/20 minute wait for cloak room (which is thankfully free). Only complaint is a lot of the crowd...More
Cool experience! We bought advanced tickets. Things I learned about Van Gough. He was a hack! I had no idea that his style was copied from other artists. Meh the museum was still fun, they had cool personal letters from his early life.
I really enjoyed getting to see so much of Van Gogh's work collected in one place. Many of his less famous works are just as beautiful as their better known companions. Many of his letters are housed here as well. I appreciated getting to walk...More