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Moco Museum in Amsterdam – Admission prices and tickets

Moco Museum in Amsterdam - Admission prices and tickets

Moco Museum in Amsterdam On the Museumplein, Amsterdam’s famous museum square, the Moco Museum is one of the most popular modern and contemporary art attractions, alongside the two flagship museums, the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum.

It’s a miniature museum, so you should get your visitor tickets early. This blog also has a detailed article about the Moco Museum, including opening times. You can find all the details about tickets here.

Modern art from our time with Banksy – Highlights

Modern art from our time with Banksy - Highlights

An impressive collection of contemporary art awaits you at the Moco Museum Amsterdam. The works of artists such as Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, and Jeff Koons reflect modern society humorously and ironically. In addition to exhibits by these and other personalities, you will find the most important works of the famous London street artist Banksy in the Moco Museum Amsterdam.

While he used to be labelled a vandal, he is one of the most influential artists in this field today. You can get an idea of his political street art with a dash of humour from highlights such as Girl with Balloon and Keep It Real. The large painting Beanfield is a particular eye-catcher in the Banksy exhibition.

How much does admission to the Moco Museum cost?

You can choose tickets for individuals combined with a canal cruise, admission with a discount card, something a little more unusual, and an Instagram photo spots tour. The decorative photo motifs in the Moco Museum are the highlight of this particular tour.

Admission for individuals to the Moco Museum

As with many other museums, only a certain number of visitors are allowed in the Moco at any time. If there is high demand, tickets can often be sold out for the day in advance. So, to ensure secure entry and avoid queues, it is always best to buy tickets in advance.

Moco MuseumPrice*Admission
Adults 18+22,95 €Book Online
Students with ID19,95 €Book Online
Teens 7-17 y19,95 €Book Online
Children 0-6 yFree

Admission with I Amsterdam City Card

Holders of the attractive I Amsterdam City Card have free admission to the Moco Museum. The discount card offers many free admissions to major museums, including the top addresses on Museum Square.

All benefits, free services, and discounts are on the provider’s website. You can also find more information about Amsterdam discount cards in Amsterdam Passes.

Admission with ticket and Instagram Photo Spots

Admission with ticket and Instagram Photo Spots

No Amsterdam without a canal cruise, so a combined ticket for the Moco Museum + canal cruise to be captivated by the canals with their magnificent merchants’ houses. If you want, it’s close to the neighbouring Van Gogh Museum. Here, too, you can book a combined ticket.

Moco Museum + Van Gogh Museum

The contrast between modern and contemporary art and historic Amsterdam also has a unique charm here and shows the diversity of this fascinating city. Canal cruises in the Dutch capital come in many forms and options. Please find out more in my overview of canal cruises.

Admission Moco Museum & Instagram photo spots tour

Admission Moco Museum & Instagram photo spots tour

A unique atmosphere creates a memorable museum experience with many works from private collections. Museums sometimes have a reputation for being rather dusty and dull. Not so the Moco Museum Amsterdam. This is due to the exhibits, but the surroundings are also impressive. The Villa Alsberg is a magnificent building that impresses every visitor and offers a museum tour in an extraordinary atmosphere. After you have explored the interior, be sure to take a stroll through the Moco Garden. In addition to changing exhibitions with beautiful sculptures, you will also come across a red gummy bear.

The Instagram phenomenon continues beyond sightseeing tours. To share your Amsterdam experience with others, the best snapshots should appear on your Instagram account. The images from the Moco Museum will help you with this. Look into the future with Studio Irma X. The Digital Immersive Art exhibition is accompanied by music and colourful lights. Its motto is Reflecting Forward. There is also an exhibition space dedicated to Yayoi Kusama and the JR Room with The Gun Chronicles.

A professional photographer will help you choose the perfect photo spots here and at various locations in the fantastic canal city.

Book Instagram photo spots tour online

A reduced price applies to young people under the age of 18. This social media tour can be found on the provider’s website.

Tip: If you really want to post something special for your selfie culture, there is also the WONDR Experience.

Can I buy the tickets on-site?

Can I buy the tickets on-site?

Yes, you can buy tickets on-site. But as mentioned, many tickets for specific time slots or the whole day are sold out in advance due to admission restrictions. There is then no guarantee of prompt access to the exhibition rooms. The museum itself refers to online tickets, which are no more expensive.

Free entry to the Moco Museum

Only children and young people under 13 have free admission to the Moco Museum. Holders of the above-mentioned I Amsterdam City Card also do not need to pay an additional entrance fee. Unfortunately, everyone else has to pay an entrance fee, but it’s worth it!

For people with disabilities

There are no concessions on admission for people with reduced mobility or other disabilities. It should be noted that there are many steps in the building and no lift. The museum is, therefore, unfortunately not accessible for wheelchair users. Free admission will be granted if these people come in conjunction with other museum visitors.

For groups in Amsterdam

For groups of more than 16 people, the current admission price is € 16.00 per person. To complete the Moco Museum visit, a guided tour can also be booked for a one-off fee of approx. € 100.00. Please enquire about bookings and everything else by email: support@mocomuseum.com

For school classes in Amsterdam

Groups with more than 16 pupils, students, or young people currently pay a ticket price of € 8.50. A guide can also be booked for guided tours for a one-off fee of around € 100.00. Please send all inquiries to email: support@mocomuseum.com

How do I get into the museum with the tickets – QR code?

How do I get into the museum with the tickets - QR code?

Everything with online tickets is easy, quick, and convenient. You can book tours from the comfort of your home or while travelling. After booking online, you will receive an email with a QR code. You can print your voucher or show the QR code on your smartphone. This applies to almost all sights, museums, and attractions that can be booked online in advance.

✅ Tipp: The advantage of the mobile voucher is that you can also reserve tickets on-site for the same day. Many visitors overestimate the possibility of getting tickets on-site for direct access without having to book in advance and without waiting times. If you can’t get a ticket in the morning, you can try with your smartphone for the afternoon or the next day.

Important information about Moco Museum tickets

Important information about Moco Museum tickets

Admission tickets can be cancelled 24 hours before the booked access time with a full refund. Admission is always reserved for the confirmed access time. Anyone who arrives earlier or later is no longer guaranteed access. If you would like to change your time slot, please send an email to support@mocomuseum.com

Opening hours at a glance

First of all, here are the exciting admission times when you can enter this extraordinary building all year round:

Moco MuseumOpening hoursLast admission
Monday - Thursday9:00 till 19:00approx. 18:15
Friday - Sunday9:00 till 20:00approx. 19:15

Museumplein – Sightseeing plan

With year-round core opening hours from 9:00 to 19:00 / 20:00, a visit to the Moco Museum can quickly be scheduled for the late afternoon or early evening. Most of the other large and famous museums on Museum Square, such as the Rijksmuseum or Van Gogh Museum, receive their last visitors between 17:00 and 18:00. The ticket provider Tiqets also often offers time slots with admission at 20:00 for the Moco Museum.

Newsletter & Social Media

Another feature that makes the Moco Museum so unique is that many works are on loan from private collections. Art lovers, therefore, only very rarely get to see them. This is made possible by an excellent international network of art collectors that the two initiators, Lionel and Kim Logchies, have built up. With your visit, you can also indirectly support a good cause, as part of the proceeds is donated to charitable organisations.

For example, Moco is a partner of Movement On The Ground (MOTG), a non-profit organisation that aims to improve the living conditions of refugees. If you would like to find out more about Moco, the museum, its exhibitions and its humanitarian commitment, you can subscribe to a newsletter. For details and to subscribe, please email: support@mocomuseum.com

Museumplein and contemporary art

Right next to the Moco Museum is the Stedelijk Museum, one of the world’s most important museums for modern and contemporary art and design. It also exhibits a first-class collection of modern and contemporary artists.

If you are interested in contemporary art, you should get individual tickets for the Stedelijk Museum (Municipal Museum).

Stedelijk MuseumPriceTicket
Skip the Line Ticket22.50 €Book Online

Fashion and sustainability are also the focus of the Fashion for Good Experience, an interactive museum for sustainable fashion. The Fashion for Good Experience is the world’s first interactive museum for sustainable fashion. If you are open to current trends, you should stop by Rokin 102, not on Museum Square, but only a 20-minute walk from the city centre. Open daily from 11:00 to 19:00, Sat + Sun until 18:00. A visit can also be easily combined with a shopping spree in the centre of the canal city.

💡 Tip: The Moco Museum or the Stedelijk Museum are among the most impressive museums for contemporary art. If you want a digital, audiovisual presentation of this art or other epochs, I recommend visiting the two top exhibitions, Amaze and Fabrique de Lumières. All further information and tickets can be found here: Amaze and Fabrique des Lumières.

A visit to the largest street art museum in the world, where the exhibits are constantly changing, is also an event… Street Art Museum STRAAT

📍 Address: T.T. Neveritaweg 1,1033 RC Amsterdam, Bus 391, 394

Museums, museums, museums…

Museums, museums, museums...

If you want to combine your visit to the Museumplein with a tour of several museums, here is a summary of the exhibition buildings near the Moco Museum. You will spend up to 1 to 2 hours on a quick tour of the museums.

As some tours can only be started in a time slot reserved online in advance, you should buy the relevant tickets online in advance. This makes planning your visit to the museum square easy.

MuseumDescriptionBook online
RijksmuseumInfoBook Online
Van Gogh MuseumInfoBook Online
Stedelijk MuseumInfoBook Online

The general opening hours for the various exhibition buildings can be found on the respective information pages. In addition to individual tickets, you can also book practical combined tickets with a canal cruise. More relaxing are the visits to the Diamond Museum, the oldest diamond cutting centre in the world at Paulus Potterstraat 2, or the House of Bowls, also located on Museum Square.

If that’s not enough, you can find more sightseeing tips on my page of the 25 most beautiful museums in Amsterdam, including a crazy suggestion!

Practical information about the Moco Museum

On my overview page about the Moco Museum mentioned above, you will find information about the history and architecture of the museum as well as lots of practical tips for visiting the exhibition rooms.

⚠️ Important: Photography is permitted as long as it does not disturb other visitors.

If you are staying longer on the Museumplein, travelling through, or travelling with children, you should look around for a suitable storage facility for luggage, rucksacks, buggies, etc. Many museums, including the Moco Museum, have limited facilities here. Many museums, such as the Moco Museum, need more facilities.

🧳 Many visitors to the surrounding museums use Lockerpoint Luggage Storage, a central storage facility at Van Baerlestraat 33B, just a few metres from the museums.

A worthwhile visit not only for art lovers

Regarding contemporary art, the Moco Museum is an absolute top address. Especially for Banksy fans, a visit is a must on a trip to Amsterdam. Here, you also have the opportunity to purchase a suitable souvenir from the shop to take home. In addition to typical items such as key rings and bags, the range also includes specialties in the form of limited edition artworks.

But even if you’re not an absolute art lover or museum-goer, you should plan a detour to this museum when sightseeing in the Dutch capital. The art museum delights experts and amateurs alike with its modern and colourful works in an appealing atmosphere.