Nuenen: Museum Vincentre Entry Ticket With Audio Tour
- Skip the line
- Valid: 1 day
- Optional audio guide
Follow in the footsteps of the Dutch master, Vincent van Gogh at the interactive Vincent van Gogh House museum in the small town of Zundert. Van Gogh was born and spent his childhood in the picturesque Noord Brabant town, known for its strawberry and farming industries. The museum was built on the site where the artist was born, and presents an active world of experiences. See the permanent “Vincent van Gogh: The Roots of a Master” exhibition to explore Vincent's childhood, as well as temporary exhibits about artists of the 20th and 21st century who were inspired by Van Gogh’s techniques. Students and scholars can access the archive and extensive book collection in the Van Gogh Documentation Centre. The research team will give short presentations about their ongoing work, while the lovely café and garden terrace is a perfect spot for a cup of coffee or meal.
Vincent van Gogh lived and worked for two years in Nuenen, from 1883 to 1885. During his stay, he produced almost 25% of his total work and painted his first world-famous masterpiece the “Potato Eaters”. In the Vincentre Museum, you will hear all about Van Gogh and read his own stories about Nuenen. Understand why he was so passionate about this city and the surroundings of Eindhoven. Also, during his time in Nuenen, Vincent gave lessons. Discover a unique collection of original artworks by four of Vincent's students. Benefit from an audio guide in no fewer than eight languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese and Chinese. In the village itself, there is 23 locations that have a direct link with Van Gogh. Together, they form a walking and cycling route with interactive informational signs in Dutch and English.
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