Tulip tickets from Holland pass can be exchanged for free to enter the exhibition hall. On Fridays, the museum is open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. and can buy cocktails on the ground floor at night. There are restaurants on the second floor to eat, but the food is small and expensive. After visiting the museum, I remember buying letters at souvenir stores. Many of the books about Van Gogh's works are very praised around them. The most complete book is bought at the bookstore on the third floor. The lighting of the pavilion is specially dim, wandering in the darkness, touching the real scene at close range, and shining only with everything related to Van Gogh. Listen to the stories behind the paintings, letters and monologues, light and shadow, and the transformation of tones. On the first floor of the hall, you can see that Van Gogh's paintings are linked up in a new way of animation display. The stars swirl into whirlpools, and the ears of wheat fluctuate like waves. Various pictures tell Van Gogh of different periods and pursue warmth in gloom. His life is like a compass in a strong magnetic field, about persistence, about love, about falling down, about pain, about the resonance of dreams. Towards the north, it swayed violently and trembled uneasily. Pictures continue to rotate, reality and painting, music continues to flow, time has been passing. May all those who persist in their ideals reach the other shore at last. I hope to see you soon and talk about it later. -- Van Gogh
There is no doubt that the most worthwhile art gallery in the Netherlands is to visit. The first picture is the treasure of the town hall, sunflower. It is hard to imagine that a person with such decadent spirit and such a poor life would paint such a beautiful and vibrant sunflower that his spiritual world is unpredictable. The picture on the right is for the blind. You can touch it with your hands and kiss the smell of sunflower with your nose.
Van Gogh created eleven sunflowers in his lifetime, and now only six of them are alive. He has the privilege of seeing one of them in the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. The other five are in Japan-Tohoku Qinger Art Museum, London-National Art Museum, Munich-New Art Gallery, USA-Philadelphia Art Museum and another is in private collection. Tickets 17 euros, rental explanation 5 euros, can not bring bags into the museum, must save bags. There are many souvenirs of Van Gogh's works on sale. It's worth visiting and experiencing the trajectory of a generation of masters.
The Van Gogh Museum is one of the top three popular museums in Amsterdam. I heard that the chance to change tickets with Holland pass during peak period is not big, and we have to wait in line. Based on the fact that we have a baby and we don't have much time to visit, we decided to book tickets and time on the official website before departure. At the same time, we should rent the voice guide well and arrive on time. Listening to the guide is more worthwhile than I thought. In addition to many languages, different guides of different duration can be chosen, and there are many interesting interactions. Put on the headphones as if I could see Van Gogh clearly, as if he was painting beside me. There is also a limited Japanese Ukiyo exhibition, which is also worth visiting. After witnessing many famous paintings, it's hard to believe that he suffers from mental illness, because the world he writes is so enthusiastic and businesslike that Van Gogh paintings in the library can't be photographed, only a few large pictures can be taken with him, and a camera can help you to synthesize photos, don't miss it! Don't worry about eating after entering. There's a cafe in the cafe where you can eat and feed your babies. After visiting the cafe, you can have pictures and souvenirs. It's as big as the suitcase and small as the jewelry. It's so cute that it can make you lose your mind.
That is great! Van Gogh's nephew raised money to build it in memory of Van Gogh. It is divided into three layers, which contains most of Van Gogh's works, such as self-portraits, potato eaters, sunflowers! It's hard to describe the excitement when you see sunflowers with your own eyes. In fact, it is not allowed to take photos! Remember to book tickets in advance! Or Holland pass can avoid long queues.
Museum cards allow free admission. There is a reminder not to take photos of the work. At the same time, no parcels are allowed to enter. It can rent an interpreter. A few euros of value for money can help you understand the content of the painting more deeply. I'm tired of going to the restaurant on the second floor. You can also buy souvenirs when you leave. For example, mobile phone case.
Amsterdam Museum Square is surrounded by various museums, such as Diamond Museum, National Museum and so on. The most famous one is Van Gogh Art Museum. Glass buildings reflect blue sky, white clouds and surrounding buildings, such as cloaked in invisibility clothes and expensive tickets. But many tourists are willing to line up to see Van Gogh's works such as Sunflower and Potato Eater. There is a famous Iam Amsterdam sculpture on the museum square. Visitors to Amsterdam can take pictures.
The Van Gogh Museum of Art does not allow photographs. Sunflowers are replicas for people to take pictures. I was shocked by Iris. I saw many Van Gogh in museums all over the world, so I didn't have many surprises as a whole. In addition, there are too many people, almost as crowded as the morning vegetable market.
Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. Van Gogh (1853-1890), Dutch post-Impressionist painter. He was a pioneer of Post-impressionism and deeply influenced the art of the twentieth century. His works were influenced by the French realistic painter Miller. In his early years, he created works in grey and dark, until he met the Impressionists and Neo-Impressionists in Paris, blended their bright colors and painting styles, and finally created his unique personal painting style. Most of the most famous works were created in the last two years of his life, during which Van Gogh was deeply involved in mental illness and committed suicide at the age of 37. After Van Gogh's death, his works, such as Starry Night, Sunflower and Crow's Rye, ranked among the most famous and precious works of art in the world.