Amsterdam Shore Excursion: Van Gogh Museum and Amsterdam Canal Hop-On Hop-Off Day Pass
Included with your day pass is a skip-the-line admission ticket to the Van Gogh Museum! Jump the long queues so you can go straight inside the museum to admire the artwork. The museum contains the world's largest collection of paintings by Vincent van Gogh, including such famous works as Sunflowers and several self-portraits. The museum's comprehensive collection of Van Gogh's work allows you to track the artist’s creative development, and compare his paintings to works by his 19th-century contemporaries like Gauguin and Monet.
This excursion is located within a 15-minute walk to the Amsterdam cruise port, so you determine the time you return to your ship in Amsterdam. Please allow yourself ample time to enjoy the excursion and ensure your timely return to the port. This excursion is not covered by our worry-free policy.
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Daily 9am - 5pm, Fridays open until 10pm
Canals boats run at varying frequencies on two different lines
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24 Hours Pass and Entrance to Van Gogh Musueum
USD $48.11Pricing details
48 Hours Pass and Entrance to Van Gogh Museum
USD $59.57Pricing details
Amsterdam Shore Ex
- Canal bus hop-on hop-off day pass (unlimited use)
- Commentary on board canal bus
- Admission ticket to Van Gogh Museum
- Port pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Gratuities (optional)
- This excursion is not covered by our worry-free policy
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Reviewed by: Ian G, October 2014
Excellent tour. Advise all travelers to pre-book events and use hop on hop off tour facility.
Reviewed by: Linda, June 2013
Nice boat tour, didn't go to the museum