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Skip-the-Line Van Gogh Museum Tickets & Hop-On Hop-Off Boat 24 Hr Pass

by Strömma Netherlands Non-refundable No booking or credit card fees
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Bypass the lines to at the popular Van Gogh Museum to see bold and colourful works by the beloved Post-Impressionist painter up close. Afterward, set off through Amsterdam to explore by boat, hopping on and off at landmarks as you cruise the city's network of canals.

Make your way to the Van Gogh Museum, which houses the world's largest collection of paintings and drawings by the artist, and skip the lines to head straight inside. Less time waiting means more time to roam the galleries, admiring moody self-portraits, brightly hued landscapes, and symbolic still-lifes. See masterpieces like Sunflowers and The Potato Eaters, which was famously stolen from the museum back in 1991.

From the museum, set off to explore Amsterdam by water. Hop on a canal boat to drift along, enjoying picturesque views of old merchant houses, bridges, and leafy walkways. Listen to engaging commentary, use the on-board Wi-Fi to share photos and research landmarks, and hop on and off wherever you want to get a closer look. With departures every 20 minutes and stops all around town, it's the perfect way to discover this water-centric city.

Boat Stops:
Stromma Rijksmuseum, Stromma Leidseplein, City Hall, Central Station West, A'DAM LOOKOUT, Anne Frank House

Bypass the lines to at the popular Van Gogh Museum to see bold and colourful works by the beloved Post-Impressionist painter up close. Afterward, set off through Amsterdam to explore by boat, hopping on and off at landmarks as you cruise the city's network of canals.

Make your way to the Van Gogh Museum, which houses the world's largest collection of paintings and drawings by the artist, and skip the lines to head straight inside. Less time waiting means more time to roam the galleries, admiring moody self-portraits, brightly hued landscapes, and symbolic still-lifes. See masterpieces like Sunflowers and The Potato Eaters, which was famously stolen from the museum back in 1991.

From the museum, set off to explore Amsterdam by water. Hop on a canal boat to drift along, enjoying picturesque views of old merchant houses, bridges, and leafy walkways. Listen to engaging commentary, use the on-board Wi-Fi to share photos and research landmarks, and hop on and off wherever you want to get a closer look. With departures every 20 minutes and stops all around town, it's the perfect way to discover this water-centric city.

Boat Stops:
Stromma Rijksmuseum, Stromma Leidseplein, City Hall, Central Station West, A'DAM LOOKOUT, Anne Frank House

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Skip-the-Line Van Gogh Museum Tickets & Hop-On Hop-Off Boat 24 Hr Pass

Activity Location

Van Gogh Museum

Paulus Potterstraat 7

Amsterdam 1071 CX

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Stromma Netherlands

    33A Prins Hendrikkade

    Amsterdam 1012 TM

  • Stromma Rijksmuseum

    42 Stadhouderskade

    Amsterdam 1071 ZD


Highlights

  • Special voucher-lane entry to world-famous Van Gogh Museum

  • Masterpieces like Sunflowers & The Potato Eaters

  • Free hop on hop off app

  • Live commentary, Wi-Fi & discount vouchers on the cruise

  • Freedom to explore the entire city at your own pace


Inclusions

  • Skip-the-line admission to the Van Gogh Museum

  • 24-hour hop-on hop-off boat pass

  • Unlimited rides for the duration of your pass

  • Pre-recorded commentary in English, Dutch, German, French, Italian, and Spanish onboard canal cruise


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 3 and younger are complimentary.

  • Children aged 12 and younger must be accompanied by a paying adult.

  • The canal cruise is not wheelchair accessible.

  • The canal cruise operates 9:15 AM–7 PM; in July and August, cruises operate until 10 PM. Boats depart every 20 minutes.

  • Opening hours at the Van Gogh Museum are 9 AM–6 PM Saturday–Thursday and 9 AM–10 PM on Friday. Opening hours vary throughout the year; please check before you go.