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AN excellent way to see Van Gogh's work and appreciate his life.

An amazing building with enough space to avoid queuing at each exhibit. Works are beautifully curated to feel like a progression through VG's life and style. Café and shop are great value and the staff are extremely friendly and helpful. I'm only sorry I didn't leave time to visit the Hockney exhibition as well.

Van Gogh Museum Ticket Reviewed by Emma, 04/12/2019

Fabulous exhibits and beautifully presented museum

This was our first visit to the Rijksmuseum and we had limited time on this trip so were only able to stay for just over two hours. However we took the 1hr highlights tour with a fabulous guide and round that we fitted in a visit to the ground floor exhibits which were fascinating and well presented. So much more to see - we will definitely return. I would definitely recommend booking in advance with a skip the queue entry ticket to speed things up as the museum is obviously very popular.

Rijksmuseum Skip-the-Line Entry Ticket Including Booking Fee Reviewed by a GetYourGuide customer, 04/10/2019

The museum is impressive and is recommended to visit

The museum was impressive and convenient for an independent tour. It is recommended to take the headphones. As for the cruise, it was hard to find the starting point and communication with the company a bit slow. Lucky that nice people helped us!

The most incredible museum with the most fascinating material

Allow plenty of time to view all the material but we were lucky that an exhibition for Rembrant which made it very special.

For Rembrandt enthusiasts, a chance to step into the life of a genius.

Although much is recreated to show the visitor what life would have been like. The visit is still very much worthwhile. The workshops (we saw the etchings workshop), detailed the painstaking effort put in by this master, to achieve such drawings. One is shown how light played an important role and there are also the very artefacts used by both Rembrandt and students to produce such artwork. some steep stairways, but that is how life was in Amsterdam. We went on to the Rijksmuseum the following day. This added to the ambience of firstly, being in the home of this genius and where much work came to fruition, to then be standing in awe, and in front of the finished Art. A memory which will last forever with us.