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Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

Posted on June 8, 2011 | Art MuseumsNo Comment



If you are in Amsterdam, Netherlands, you should never miss visiting the Van Gogh Museum; more so if you are a lover of art. This museum primarily features works of famous Dutch painter, Vincent van Gogh; however, you will also get to see paintings of contemporaries of Van Gogh. No other place on this earth boasts such a wealthy collection of Van Gogh’s drawings and paintings as this one. The drawings and painting displayed at this museum will offer you the opportunity of understanding the pathway of Vincent’s development as an artist. On the other hand, you will also be able to compare his works with the works of his contemporaries. The paintings of Van Gogh displayed at this museum are arranged chronologically into 5 periods. Each of these 5 periods represents different phases of the artist’s life.

Let us now get informed about ways of reaching this museum. This museum is located at the Museum Quarter of Amsterdam. To be more precise, it is positioned in between the Stedelijk Museum and Rijksmuseum. To enter the museum, you will need to come to Paulus Potterstraat-7.  Taking a train from Central Station of Amsterdam will be the best transportation option for reaching Van Gogh Museum. The train number 5 and 2 from Central Station can drop you near the Museum. Disabled individuals are also allowed to visit this museum, but through a separate entrance.

The museum stays open all through the year except the New Year’s Day i.e. January one. The doors open at 10 am and get shut down at 8 pm. You will not have to make any reservation in advance for visiting the Van Gogh Museum; however, make sure that your group does not have more than fifteen visitors.

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