The Amsterdam Pass

Visit the Rijksmuseum & Van Gogh Museum, and take a canal cruise with this pass

If you’re in Amsterdam, there are a few things that you have to do before you leave – and this is the best way to make sure you do the best of them.

The Amsterdam Pass will get you through the doors of two of the city’s most famous museums, the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum, plus give you a quintessential European experience as you cruise down the UNESCO World Heritage-listed canal ring.

The city is home to some of the most famous artworks in the world, including the star of the Rijksmuseum, Rembrandt’s The Night Watch. Your ticket will allow you to explore the Rijksmuseum’s treasures, as well as a number of Van Gogh’s masterpieces, like SunflowersAlmond Blossoms, and a collection of self-portraits, all of which illustrate his evolution as an artist.

Get ready to have a great time while experiencing awesome Amsterdam sights. With the tourist pass, you can visit multiple attractions without worrying about spending too much money.

These are the sights that you can visit with your Amsterdam pass.

  • Van Gogh Museum
  • Rijksmeseum
  • One-hour Canal Cruise

Van Gogh Museum

Image by Jaesung An from Pixabay

Vincent van Gogh’s paintings are scattered all over the world, from Paris to New York, but the largest collection is on display at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.

Everything from serene landscapes, beautiful still lifes, and revealing self-portraits are on show. You’ll be able to see a version of his iconic Sunflowers; admire a painting close to Van Gogh’s heart, The Potato Eaters; and get up close to one of three depictions of Van Gogh’s own bedroom, Bedroom in Arles.


Image by Ron Porter from Pixabay

If you haven’t had enough of Van Gogh, then don’t worry, he makes an appearance at the Rijksmuseum too, and it’s included in your Amsterdam Pass.

He’s not the only Dutch genius on display though. Expect to see art by Rembrandt, four masterpieces by Vermeer (a huge collection considering there are only 34 in total), and a history of the Netherlands told through art, artifacts, and relics of its colonial past.

One-hour Canal Cruise:

If you’ve got an Amsterdam bucket list, a canal cruise should certainly be part of it. The historic canal ring is a central part of the city’s identity, and it’s the perfect place to appreciate the tall townhouses, quaint bridges, and hustle and bustle of cycling locals from. An audio guide comes included with the cruise, so you can learn more about the city while appreciating the view.