Book your tickets online
We recommend booking your ticket(s) online before your visit, this way you’ll skip any queues at the counter. Of course, it is also possible to buy your ticket(s) at the counter. You do not need a covid passport to visit the museum.
Please note; During the Kirchner and Nolde exhibition (until Dec 5), there’s an additional one-off surcharge of € 3. This applies to all visitors of 18 years or older, also Museumkaart holders. You can buy your surcharge ticket here directly online or in our ticketshop. For exceptions, terms, and more info: stedelijk.nl/surcharge
Daily: 10 am – 6 pm
Friday: 10 am – 8 pm
Opening hours during the holidays:
- vrijdag 24 december: 10 am -5 pm
- zaterdag 25 december: 11 am -6 pm
- zondag 26 december: 10 am -6 pm
- oudjaarsdag: 10 am -5 pm
- nieuwsjaarsdag: 11 am -6 pm
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Adults: € 20
Students and CJP: € 10
Entrance is free for: Children and young people up to the age of 18 (only if accompanied by an adult with a valid entrance ticket), Friends of the Stedelijk Museum, Young Stedelijk Members, VriendenLoterij VIP-KAART, Amsterdam Stadspas, Visitors who only visit the shop or library, Persons that accompany people with mobility issues, Terugkom (Comeback)-ticket Education, participants to programs that include the entrance fee (Family tour, Onvergetelijk Stedelijk tour, Stedelijk in Gebaren).
During the Kirchner and Nolde exhibition (until Dec 5, 2021), there’s an additional one-off surcharge of € 3. This applies to all visitors of 18 years or older. For exceptions, terms and more info: stedelijk.nl/surcharge
Visit & Safety
The health and safety of our visitors and staff always comes first. We try to make your visit to the museum as safe and enjoyable as possible.
Please read our visit & safety information before your visit so you know what to expect from us and what you can do. That way, we can all work together to provide everyone with a great visitor experience.
It is not compulsory for visitors to wear a face mask in the museum. Of course, the use of a face mask is allowed.