Museum Hop! - Skip the Line Rijksmuseum & Van Gogh Museum Tour
Discover the two major museums of Amsterdam, the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum, featuring the Dutch Golden Age and its well-known artists during the 18th & 19th century. With your experienced guide and a maximum of 8 guests, follow the chronological path of art and its history in this unique city. With this pre-booked ticket, you will also skip the long queues to admire some of history's most famous artworks on this small group tour.
Inside the Rijksmuseum, see magnificent collections by Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Van Gogh. Receive an introduction to the heart of Holland's cultural, political, and artistic history revealed by the stories, techniques, and significance behind each piece.
Next on your guided tour, enter the Van Gogh Museum next door to see major works of art inside the world's largest Van Gogh collection. From its most-renowned pieces to its lesser-known gems, you'll have the time to understand their significance in the evolution of art through Van Gogh's troubled personal life and experiences. The museum's magnificent collection also includes artwork from Gauguin, Monet, and other artists who inspired this mad genius. The Van Gogh consciousness will be explored, from his darkest initial Dutch paintings to his more vibrant French period, passing by the famous Sunflowers and the last painting before his death.
You'll have time for a lunch break on your own (not included) between each museum visit. Enjoy skip-the-line access to bypass the long queues at both museums, and be amazed by all the must-see artwork and exquisite Dutch gems. Book this Amsterdam tour today for an unforgettable Netherlands excursion.
Reviewer: Valerie Gerbino
We were blessed to have for a tour guide Victoria J. Who was incredibly well informed and very passionate about art. It helped make the magic come alive. There is a huge advantage of a small group in a museum walk through. We managed to see all the highlights in both, with lots of background information on the artists.