Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Modern and contemporary art in Amsterdam
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is a dynamic museum that keeps a close eye on the countless art genres and developments. Art from the second half of the twentieth century features prominently in the collection. The permanent collection focuses on De Stijl, Cobra, Nouveau Realism, Pop Art, Colorfield Painting, Zero, and Minimal Art. Picasso, Karel Appel, Piet Mondrian, Monet, Cezanne, Matisse, Chagall, and Renoir are just a few of the many artist whose works can be admired at the museum.
Visit Stedelijk Museum
The Stedelijk Museum can be found on Museumplein square in the center of Amsterdam, rubbing shoulders with Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, and the world-famous Concertgebouw. Museumplein square is just a few tram stops away from Leidseplein, Albert Cuyp market and the bustling De Pijp district. This is where you can find the greatest quantity of cafés and restaurants per square meter in Holland. After visiting the museum, you can reflect on all that you have seen while enjoying a drink and a bite at one of these venues.
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Stedelijk Museum is located in the beautiful capital of Amsterdam and of course there is much more to see and do in the city. The famous Rijksmuseum with its countless works by Dutch masters from the Golden Age, for instance, and Eye or the Anne Frank House are well worth a visit.
Walk from Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam to the Vondelpark and enjoy a cup of coffee at one of the beautiful terraces.