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Overall rating
4.3 / 5
based on 635 reviews

I don't think you need a skip-the-line ticket here.

Perhaps we got lucky and simply went when it was not busy, but we were there during the busiest time of year (early May). This is clearly the least popular museum out of the "big three" - the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk, and the Van Gogh Museum. There was no line and not really many people there. My family is very into modern art and the pieces there were quite meaningful to me! They do have a couple of Van Goghs, a Rothko, Picassos, and many other recognizable artists in their permanent collection. I found the current exhibits to be really excellent. The cafe is overpriced, but you expect that from any museum.

Not everything appealing but interesting to see.

O am mot a fan of modern art but all the same it was worth tosee Kandinsky, Chagall amd the photo exhibition.

Amsterdam Stedelijk Museum Skip-the-Line Ticket Reviewed by

Great. Open later to avoid queues . Friendly staff .

Please prohibit cell phones. Spoils the moment of enjoying a painting having a camera shoved in your face in fron of you.

Amsterdam Stedelijk Museum Skip-the-Line Ticket Reviewed by

Worth it if you want to visit lots of sites.

read through list of attractions you can use it on before buying. Excellent value if you want to use all gold and silver tickets on things you want to see.

Holland Pass: Access to 100+ Attractions and Museums Reviewed by

A Fantastic Purchase - great value for money and convenience

I bought the pass thinking it was a good idea, and boy, it certainly was that. Being able to skip the HUGE queue at the Rijksmuseum made it all worth while on its own, but with the other museums and the transport too, it was good. Everyone spoke really good English, but the staff that explained it were really helpful too. The book you get with it took a little time to understand, but once I did, it proved much easier to understand than the other one I took - the Lonely Planet guide (althought that had other useful things in it as well). The only problem with the HollandPass book was that the attraction pages didn't say which sector the attraction was in, only the address. This meant you had to cross reference to another source to group the activities into a feasible day out. But a really good purchase - and it lasts not just for the one trip, so if we get a chance, we are going to go back and carry on with other parts of Holland.

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