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Skip the Line: Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum Tour Including Amsterdam Canal Cruise and Lunch

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Highlights
  • Skip the long entrance lines at two of Amsterdam’s top museums
  • Get admission tickets to three of the city's museums
  • Save time planning out the details with included lunch and a cruise
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Skip the Line: Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum Tour Including Amsterdam Canal Cruise and Lunch
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Enjoy your full day cultural and scenery tour in Amsterdam. Tour available in English only.
From US$126.65
Tour in English and Spanish
Enjoy your full day cultural and scenery tour in Amsterdam. Tour available in English and Spanish.
From US$126.65
Tour in English on Thursday
Enjoy your full day cultural and scenery tour in Amsterdam. Tour available in English only on Thursday
From US$126.65
Overview
Tick off Amsterdam's main museums without planning out the time-consuming details. With admission tickets to three different museums—the Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, and Diamond Museum Amsterdam—as well as skip-the-line access to the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum, you can save up to two hours of waiting in line at each museum. Plus, your tour comes with lunch and a cruise along Amsterdam's UNESCO World Heritage-listed canals.
What to Expect
Meet for this Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum skip-the-line tour in Amsterdam Museum's District. Check in with your guide and group, and get ready for a fun day filled with art.

Your first stop for the day is at the Rijksmuseum, where you'll skip the long lines at the entrance and head inside with your guide. Learn about artists such as Vermeer and Rembrandt as you explore more than 75 galleries.

Once you’re done looking through the exhibits, enjoy lunch at the museum before taking a canal boat ride. Your cruise goes down Amsterdam’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed canals.

Next up is the Van Gogh Museum, were you can also skip the entrance lines and go inside right away. Your guide tells you interesting facts about the famous artist and his paintings.

Your last stop is at the Royal Coster Diamonds, which is where your tour ends. Your guide leaves you with an admission ticket to the Diamond Museum Amsterdam for you to explore on your own.
Reviews (599)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
NO NEED TO BOOK ONLINE

November best Tim, quiet and can be good weather. The night watchman a must to see on the 2nd Floor. Cleanest toilets in the city.

Thank Clive F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
best bang for the buck

Monique moved quickly and professionally hitting all the high lights of these great museums. The lunch was perfect and the canal cruise just the right length to rest. Truly one of the best tours we had on our three week journey through Europe.

Thank nancysI3611DR
Reviewed 8 October 2018
Fantastic day with our guide, Michael

Michael was our guide for this day of touring and he was so knowledgeable and fun. He knew so much about the lives of the artists and the people of Holland. My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this tour and highly recommend it. Thanks Michael...More

Thank DustyDave
Reviewed 4 October 2018 via mobile
Perfection

Monique was our guide and was superb. She gave us a flawless tour of both museums and took us to the canal tour. It was a five star day. Perfection.

Thank Wauzo
Reviewed 2 October 2018 via mobile
9:00 am

Best museum tour package. Full day from 9 - 5. Pieter was so knowledgeable that he made Rembrandt and Van Gogh come alive. Tour very organized and well worth spending a whole day on.

1  Thank Ouida M
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Glennie S
6 August 2018|
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Response from Egenna | Reviewed this property |
The tour takes all day 9am-5pm. We went to one museum in the morning and then had lunch and went for the canal ride. After that, we went to the second museum. At first I never thought I could spend that much time on a... More
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nyf520
20 July 2018|
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Response from MartyS743 | Reviewed this property |
There were about 15 on our tour.
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sim0nfamily
12 July 2018|
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Response from TheIllusiveMan20 | Reviewed this property |
It will be close but you should be able to. I would suggest reaching out to the agency directly and inform them of your arrival.
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