- Van Gogh Museum
- Skip-the-line tickets to the Van Gogh Museum
- 2 hours with a PhD or MA-level guide
- Viewing of Van Gogh's Sunflowers
As our time together draws to a close, we will reflect on what we have seen and learned. We will be intimately familiar with some of Van Gogh's most famous paintings, and some of his lesser-known treasures. Not only that, we will have gained a greater understanding of who Van Gogh was as a person—how his tumultuous life seeped into his work and how his myth was born.
After your family walk at the Van Gogh, cross the Museumplein square and try a Rijksmuseum Tour for Kids. Not traveling with kids ages 12 and under? Check out our standard Van Gogh Museum Tour.
Can we book this walk for later in the day?
The Van Gogh Museum becomes very crowded throughout the day. It can be especially difficult to do the family-focused activities on this walk as the museum gets more crowded. We strongly recommend an early start time.
Tickets at the Van Gogh Museum are timed and re-entry is not permitted, but you can stay inside the museum as long as you like.
There are 7 in my group but your website won't allow me to include more than 6 participants. Can't you make an exception?
Belina is a freelance guide and art educator for several museums in Amsterdam. Prior to moving to Amsterdam, she lived for twenty-one years in Italy, where she achieved a Master's degree from the University Of Milan in History of Art and Critics. Her background includes experience in art history, cultural management, and art criticism. She is currently living in Haarlem.
Anita studied Art History at the VU in Amsterdam and has vast knowledge about Dutch (Jewish) history and art. She gives tours in Dutch, English and Hebrew and is specialized in working with people who are visually impaired, families, and people within the autistic spectrum. Coming from a Jewish family, the traditions and her family history made her move to Israel. After living in Israel for 4 years, she returned to Amsterdam. She has also been active in the Amsterdam Jewish community as a board member of the Jewish schools.
Roser studied Translation and Interpreting at the Universitat Autònoma in Barcelona. She did a minor in History and Linguistics in Amsterdam and fell in love with this city. She spent two more years studying Voice Over and Drama Studies. After a decade working in tourism, she became a tour guide. Her first focus was the History of Amsterdam, but it spread to the rest of the country. In 2013 she began guiding curious minds through the Jewish History of Amsterdam. In 2019 she got her diploma as a National Guide, while working at the Anne Frank House. She is now on her first year of the Art History bachelor's degree at the Universiteit van Amsterdam. You can find her at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art and Design in Amsterdam, the Stedelijk Museum.
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