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Private Tour Stedelijk Museum Modern Art Amsterdam with Art Historian
"Enter preferably at 10am when the halls are still quiet and see an overview of art from 1880 to art of our time in the famous Modern Art museum of Amsterdam. Observe paintings from Vincent van Gogh German and Russian Expressionists the world famous Mondrian and the Stijl movement Malevich or from USA color field painters and a variety of modern artists. A large department is devoted to Industrial Design. Your  professional guide will provide all the information about those pieces of art and will be happy to answer your questions.
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Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam Guided Tour with Art Historian
"You will meet your guide at 8.55am in front of the building next door the Stedelijk Museum outside under the huge white awning that looks like a giant bath tub. Explore the museum which has been divided into chronological sections: the Nuenen ""Potato Eaters"" period then the blossoming in the Paris years with the Impressionist influence followed by a great department for his glory years in Arles. You will then take the elevator to the top floor to witness the art from his clouded but still glorious year of mental troubles in St Remy.  The very last section shows the last two m your guide will discuss a series of events that occurred in Van Gogh's life and which influenced his art such as his failures in school and in his first jobs or his visits at many museums. About your tour guide: Your professional guide initially graduated in 1975 as an elementary school teacher
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Hop-On-Hop-Off Dutch Intercity Tour from Amsterdam to The Hague
"Start your sightseing tour at the Museumplein in Amsterdam where you will find three major museums: Van Gogh Museum Rijksmuseum and the Museum of contemporary art. During this unique tour learn more about the history of Amsterdam why the national airport is named “Schiphol” and the importance of water management for a country that lies 30% below sea level. Head off to Leiden and hear more about one of the oldest cities of the Netherlands. Leiden is a beautiful historical c you will pass a green area where many ambassadors and famous Dutch people live. It is also the residence of the Royals. You will continue the route along the ‘Rijksstraatweg’; King Napoleon gave instructions to build this road so that the connection Leiden and Amsterdam would be better. Car admirers have the opportunity to visit one of the oldest private collections of automobiles in the world at Louwman Museum. Famous cars such as
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Holland's most famous concert hall

The building of Holland's most famous concert hall was inspired by Johannes Brahms, who conducted his Third Symphony in Amsterdam. However, he was not satisfied with the musicians, neither with the...
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Nov 21, 2008

Het Concertgebouw

The word Concertgebouw has a fine ring to it to anyone who listens to classical music on German radio stations, because they keep playing brilliant recordings by the Concertgebouw orchestra.Although...
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Nov 23, 2012

An orchestra concert

The concert I attended in the large hall of the Concertgebouw was by the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra (Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest) which by coincidence was conducted by Yakov Kreizberg...
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Dec 17, 2012


The Concert Building is one of the most acoustically perfect concert halls in the world and is home to the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. The concert season runs from September through March and...
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Apr 30, 2004

There's no such thing as a free lunch...

...but there is such a thing as a free Lunch Concert at the Concertgebouw. These are held every Wednesday at 12:30, except in mid-summer, and all you have to do is get there about half an hour...
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Aug 29, 2012

Buildings - Concertgebouw (Concert hall)

Like the "Rijkmuseum" the architectural concept of the Concerthall was based on a com[petition. It was built between 1883 and 1886 in a - then - far corner of the city, bordering a former municipality...
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Dec 20, 2003


This neorenaissance building is designed by A.L. van Gendt (Central Station). First concert is held in 1888. This concertgebouw is world-renowned for its almost perfect acoustics and is one of the...
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Jan 07, 2004


The Concertgebouw is a concert hall in Amsterdam which literally translates as "concert building". Because of its highly regarded acoustics the Concertgebouw is considered one of the finest concert...
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May 31, 2008

concert hall (concertgebouw)

i have never been inside the building but i like the outside of the building.the concert hall is near the museumplein where you find also the rijksmuseum, van goghmuseum and stedelijk museum. the...
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Apr 04, 2011

Concert Hall - Sala de conciertos

The Concertgebouw is considered one of the finest concert halls in the world because of its high acoustics quality. The hall opened in 1888. The resident orchestra of the is the Royal Concertgebouw...
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Oct 24, 2008


The Concertgebouw belongs to the top-3 concert hall in the world and is famous for its acoustics. But also the royal orchestra that has its home in this building is one of the best in the world. A...
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Nov 25, 2002

Bruckner at the Concertgebouw

We attended a performance of Anton Bruckner's Ninth Symphony by the Dutch Philharmonic Orchestra, directed by Claus Peter Flor, on 30 March 2008 (afternoon). Tickets for comparable events will...
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Mar 10, 2016
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Things to Do Near Concertgebouw

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Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art

There's so much to see at the Stedelijk, too bad I cannot show you all the art works. But as you can see in these pictures there are mind boggling paintings by Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) and fascinating...
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Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum* Date visited: 10th of October 2015 Time: 5:00pm Photo taken by : Chinggis and Borte A collection of Vincent Van Gogh paintings. This is a museum for the people who have the...
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House Of Bols

The venue is from inside is fascinating, spotless, hygienic and posh and has five rooms that are located downstairs. With five senses smelling you can find it in Room 3 where you can smell all the...
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Gassan Diamonds, a family owned business, is located in a beautifully restored factory building in the centre of Amsterdam. Originally it was built in 1878 as a steam driven diamond factory and at the...
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For me, no trip to Amsterdam would be complete without a visit to the Rijksmuseum. The gigantic collection of art, artifacts and cultural items includes 8000 pieces, 2000 or so of which are paintings...
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Whether you take a quick walk or bike ride through the middle, or spend the day chilling on a blanket with snacks and a book, Vondelpark is totally worth a visit. The park has a few main paved roads...
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Getting to Concertgebouw


Concertgebouwplein 2 - 6


  • Sunday 10:00 to 19:00
  • Monday 13:00 to 19:00
  • Tuesday 13:00 to 19:00
  • Wednesday 13:00 to 19:00
  • Thursday 13:00 to 19:00
  • Friday 13:00 to 19:00
  • Saturday 10:00 to 19:00