Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

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The Stedelijk Museum is the largest museum of modern and contemporary art and design in the Netherlands. Located in the Museumplein in Amsterdam, it hosts inspiring artwork from 1870 to the present.

The collection includes paintings, sculptures, photography, videos and installations. Visitors can encounter paintings from the major art movements, such as Cubism and Expressionism, and see iconic works by Matisse, Chagall, Mondrian, Picasso, Warhol and many other well-known artists. The museum is one of Amsterdam’s must-see attractions and offers also many fascinating temporary exhibitions.

Additional information:

  • Visitors who have purchased an online ticket can go straight to the gallery entrance and have their ticket scanned there
  • During public holidays and the final weeks, in which popular exhibitions are on view, or on weekends the museum can get busy
  • Note on busy days there is a possibility you will have to wait a while before entering the museum or an exhibition, even if you are already holding a valid entrance ticket

Opening hours:

  • The museum is open daily
  • Saturdays to Thursdays from 1.00am to 6.00pm
  • Fridays from 10.00am to 10.00pm
  • Ticket offices close half an hour before closing time

Audio guides:

  • The museum provides a free audio tour for STEDELIJK BASE in six languages: Dutch, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German
  • You can pick one up at the entrance of the museum, after the tickets checkpoint
  • For the temporary exhibitions, there's an audio tour available in English and Dutch

Wheelchair access:

  • The museum has lifts, special wheelchair lifts and disabled toilets
  • Note STEDELIJK BASE is not accessible for mobility scooters
  • You may borrow a wheelchair, walker, lightweight folding chair or Alinker at the information desk
  • These should be reserved in advance by contacting the museum directly


  • The closest parking garage is Q-Park underneath Museumplein (entrance across from the Concertgebouw)
  • There are other paid parking facilities in the Museumplein area
  • The Stedelijk Museum has a parking spot for visitors with mobility issues at the Paulus Potterstraat
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Reviews Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Test, 08 Feb 2016
Rachel, 07 Dec 2015
Koke, 16 Jan 2015

“I really enjoyed the visit to this museum!”

Daniel, 16 Jan 2015

“Recomiendo a todos los que vayan para Amsterdam que visiten este museo, no quedarán decepcionados...”