Entry ticket

Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum Entry Ticket

Entry ticket

Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum Entry Ticket

Activity provider: Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

From US$ 24.04 per person

Discover famous collections of modern art and design with this ticket to the Stedelijk Museum. Access both permanent and temporary exhibits and learn about world-renowned artists.

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Duration 1 day
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Audio guide included
Dutch, English
Wheelchair accessible


  • Enter the Stedelijk Museum with your mobile-friendly voucher
  • Admire works of art by Marlene Dumas, Matisse, Chagall, Picasso and Malevich
  • Discover works by 20th-century Dutch artists like Rietveld and Mondrian
  • Explore the Stedelijk Museum’s new futuristic wing
  • See the 'Yesterday Today - collection until 1950' with works by Picasso
Full description

Explore various artifacts and artworks with a entry ticket to Stedelijk Museum. Enjoy your priority access and learn about modern and contemporary art.

Discover key art movements at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, also known as the most important museum of modern and contemporary art and design in the Netherlands.

Situated on Museumplein, where it first opened in 1895, it is a neighbor to the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum. Having undergone extensive renovation, the historic Stedelijk building has been expanded with the addition of a futuristic new wing. The addition has been a huge hit with visitors since the facility’s reopening in 2012. Get priority access to a collection of 90,000 artifacts. Admire extraordinary works by world-renowned artists, including a great number of pieces by major 20th-century Dutch artists. The permanent collection is one of the most important collections of modern and contemporary art and design in the world. The most meaningful movements in both art and design are represented by (inter)national artists and designers who are helping to shape the changes of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

With well-known works together with lesser-known highlights by, amongst others, Vincent van Gogh, Marc Chagall, Piet Mondrian, Yayoi Kusama, Andy Warhol, Henri Matisse, Jackson Pollock, Nicolaas Warb, Gerrit Rietveld, El Anatsui, Rineke Dijkstra, Danielle Dean, Sarah Zapata, Marlene Dumas, Simnikiwe Buhlungu, and Charley Toorop.

The collection, organized thematically and in a loose chronology, emphasizes that art and design develop alongside social movements and bear multiple histories that encompass diverse perspectives.

  • Mobile-friendly, skip-the-line admission ticket
  • Audio guide (Dutch and English)
  • Entry to temporary exhibitions
  • Food and drinks

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Meeting point

Entrance hall of the museum, Museum Square, Amsterdam

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What to bring

  • Headphones

Know before you go

  • The museum is located at Amsterdam's Museum Square, which makes it easy to combine your Stedelijk visit with other famous Amsterdam museums, such as the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum
  • To redeem your entrance ticket, there is no need to print your voucher, simply present your mobile voucher with the barcode displayed clearly for scanning
  • Entry to the temporary exhibitions is currently mandatory, and will be included in your entry ticket
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based on 924 reviews

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A wide range of modern art showing the progression of styles in relation to political developments and cultural movements over the 20th. Some very beautiful graphics and objects. Fantastic bath tub building on the outside and good white space on the inside. Lovely old staircase containing marine fososls in the marble.

February 18, 2023

If you are into modern art, this is the spot for you! We don’t looove modern art, but Rick Steves recommended this one so we went. There’s a lot to see so you could easily spend a few hours there. We went for an hour and probably barely saw a 1/3.

December 11, 2022

A really nice museum. Not being one of the most famous in Amsterdam it is never full. It is nice to observe the works with tranquility. The ground floor and the first floor collect works by artists who are not very well known (to me who are ignorant) but still interesting. The -1 floor instead collects works by Pollock, Malevich, Mondrian, Picasso, Chagall, Javlensky, kandinsky, etc.

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July 25, 2022

Product ID: 49076