Nuenen: Museum Vincentre Entry Ticket With Audio Tour
- Skip the line
- Valid: 1 day
- Optional audio guide
Vincent van Gogh lived and worked for two years in Nuenen, from 1883 to 1885. During his stay, he produced almost 25% of his total work and painted his first world-famous masterpiece the “Potato Eaters”. In the Vincentre Museum, you will hear all about Van Gogh and read his own stories about Nuenen. Understand why he was so passionate about this city and the surroundings of Eindhoven. Also, during his time in Nuenen, Vincent gave lessons. Discover a unique collection of original artworks by four of Vincent's students. Benefit from an audio guide in no fewer than eight languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese and Chinese. In the village itself, there is 23 locations that have a direct link with Van Gogh. Together, they form a walking and cycling route with interactive informational signs in Dutch and English.
Delve into the life and work of Vincent van Gogh as you trace the footsteps of this world-famous artist. Meet your guide in Amsterdam and relax during the 2-hour drive to Nuenen. Visit various locations that inspired the artist during his 2 years living in the village, where he completed over 500 paintings and drawings. Enjoy entrance to the Vincentre and explore the exhibits with an audio guide. Discover some of the 23 Van Gogh locations in the village by bike or on foot, including the Reformed Church that featured in his painting. Soak up the renowned Brabant hospitality in the shops and cafes in the village. Head back to Amsterdam to visit the Van Gogh Museum. See the world’s largest collection of works by the artist as you wander through the museum. Afterwards, finish your day with your choice of two incredible attractions. Choose either a 5D VR flight experience over the Dutch c...
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