Stedelijk MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: Museumplein 10, Amsterdam 1071 DJ , The Netherlands
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +31-205732911
- Ticket Price: 15 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museum, Family And Kids
Stedelijk Museum - Review
This is one of the most unique and interesting museums housing some of the best examples of modern art in the world and that is why, it is so famous and popular. If you are interested in art, then you must visit this place. It was established way back in 1895 and worked as a museum of art. Finally in the year 1970, it became completely a modern art museum and today it has one of the largest and best collections of modern artefacts and paintings. Some of the biggest names of modern art and its various movements can be seen here. Visiting this place will be fun and enriching at the same time.
Stedelijk Museum Information
- You can enjoy visiting various galleries and the audio journey as well.
Stedelijk Museum Ticket Prices
- EUR 15 for adults
- EUR 7.50 for kids up to the age of 12.
- For the kids below the age of 12, the entry is free.
How To reach Stedelijk Museum by Public Transport
- Take a tram from Amsterdam, Van Baerlestraat
- Take a bus from Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum
Restaurants Near Stedelijk Museum
- The Golden Bear
- The Browns Cafe
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Things to Know Before Visiting Stedelijk Museum
43.85% of people who visit Amsterdam include Stedelijk Museum in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
59.1% of people start their Stedelijk Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Stedelijk Museum
75.46% of people prefer walking in order to reach Stedelijk Museum
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Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam Reviews
Liked it a bunch. Great exhibits... the particular exhibit they had upstairs from "studio drift" I found very compelling. 3 days later I am still thinking about it. Such a great marriage of art and tech. I believe they help sponsor this group. Of so - keep up the good work.
Great museum. The must-visit in Amsterdam and in Europe for all who are interested in contemporary art or just curious about it. The regular collection is well organized, placed and attributed. Audio guides are available and perfectly recorded. If you are not into arts just come to visit the well-managed cultural building (the combination of historical and futuristic parts). In 2018 some improvements were made: now they have the great layout of the entrance floor where ticket office, cloak rooms and check-in area are located. They reduced the space of the bookstore and now it’s assortment focused mostly on memorabilia and art-related souvenirs than books (but all newly published art books are still available) and they also added a small cafe (take-seat or go) with the good assortment of coffee/ tea and a really fast and professional service. Great news for #brompton community. Guys, you can leave your bikes at the cloak room without any questions.
Favourite museum ever! More correctly called an art gallery in my opinion, as it is always changing with amazing artistic exhibits and having visited 3 times now I have been very impressed with their variety and consistently impressive artworks. Interactive exhibits too make it feel different from a normal art museum, and lots of groundbreaking art and science go into the main exhibits.
The museum itself is well worth a visit if modern art is of interest to you and as a result this part of the museum is probably worth more than three stars. Time restricted exhibitions vary in quality and sadly if only wish to visit one of these exhibitions then you still have to pay the full museum entry price. On this visit we went to see the 60s and 70s exhibition. This was unfortunately more about social history rather than nostalgia thus the overall three star rating. The museum has a very good shop and all staff are friendly. Avoid the museum cafe / restaurant, service is slow and some staff are quite rude ( Google to see reviews about the cafe/ restaurant)
Incredible space and has had some outstanding temporary exhibitions such as Studio Drift. The permanent collection leaves you wanting more though, and feels like a storage basement with little context. Do have a peek through the store before you leave, they have a great selection of coffee table books and various design accessories.