Open every day
Opening hours holidays
Easter 10 – 18
Kingsday (Apr 27) 11 – 17
Ascension day 10 – 19
Whitsuntide 10 – 19
Christmas (Dec 25 & 26) 10 – 17
New years day 12 – 18
April – October Fridays & Saturdays open until 19 hr
July – August open every day from 9 until 19 hr. Fridays open until 21 hr.
Purchase your ticket on-site or online. Though lines at the counter will rarely be longer than 15 till 20 minutes, those minutes will be gone forever. Buy online and skip the line!
Under tens and Banksy get in for free. Everyone else pays.
(Student, CJP, I Amsterdam Card, under 18 (16-17) and Stadspas)
|Youth (11-16)||€ 7,50|
|Children (10 and under)||Free|
|Before 11hr and after 17hr||€ 9,-|
(Dutch, English, Italian and Spanish)
During an overhaul or maintenance of an exhibition, prices are €10,- for adults.
Directions & Parking
The Moco Museum is located at Museumplein, opposite the Rijksmuseum and next to the Van Gogh Museum.
From Amsterdam Central Station:
Tram 2 (direction Nieuw Sloten)
Tram 5 (direction Amstelveen Binnenhof)
Bus 357 (direction Amstelveen Binnenhof)
Bus 172 (direction Kudelstaart)
From Amsterdam Amstel train station:
Tram 12 (direction Station Sloterdijk)
From Zuid WTC train station:
Tram 5 (direction Centraal Station)
The nearest parking is Q-Park underneath Museumplein, accessible opposite the Concertgebouw at the western edge of Museumplein.
Education & Groups
Experience more and learn more in Moco!
Moco has its feet planted in the now. The collection reflects and responds to popular culture, presenting an ideal learning environment for students to dive heads first into modern and contemporary art.
Art appreciation doesn’t prosper with looking, listening and taking notes alone. Experience and interaction are front and center in Moco’s programs for primary and secondary education. Geared to the pupils’ level, the programs tie in with the exhibition ‘Laugh Now’ by street artist Banksy. In addition to interactive tours we also offer a Banksy lesson package (good for 3-4 lessons) for primary education.
Since the difference between sense and pretense can blur on occasion, our educational programs are led by a professional museum teacher (CJP benefits apply).
Planning a group visit? The more, the merrier!
Adult groups of 15 or more pay €10,- p.p. Groups of 15 or more students/youth pay €6,50 p.p. Make sure not to miss a thing and hire a tour guide for €100,-.
Canceling or changing the reservation is free of charge only up to 5 working days prior to your originally scheduled visit. After that, we regretfully have to charge the full amount of the reservation.
For reservationsSend an email
It’s the one thing we would change if we could!
The historical villa housing our Amsterdam museum has a lot of staircases and no elevator. We can therefore not accommodate wheelchairs, regretfully.
Due to safety concerns we cannot allow strollers, trolleys or suitcases to be taken in or through the museum. And as much as we love animals, we do not allow them in the museum, with the exception of service dogs with a suitable harness.
For more information about our facilities for visitors with a disability:Contact us
Can I bring my dog in the museum?
Sorry. We love dogs, but with the exception of registered service dogs with a suitable harness, we cannot allow them in the museum.
Do you have any job openings?
We just might! For current job openings, please go here.
Can I take pictures in the museum?
Yes, you can.
Is there a way to stay informed of new developments at Moco?
Absolutely. Go here to sign up for our newsletter.
Can I book the museum as a venue for a business event?
You sure can. Right here we have more information on your options.
I would like to give a ticket to MOCO as a gift.
We’re honored! And blushing! Purchase a ticket online, do not specify a visiting date and send it to that very, very special someone.
Can I buy a ticket at the museum?
Yes, you can buy tickets at the museum’s ticket counter during opening hours.
Is one ticket valid for both exhibitions?
Your ticket is good for both exhibitions. During an overhaul or maintenance of an exhibition, we have reduced prices.
Can I store my luggage during my visit?
Alas, no. Our tiny cloakroom can barely hold the coats and has certainly no space to store trollies or luggage of any kind.
Is the museum accessible for people in a wheelchair?
Regrettably, it is not. The villa housing our museum has many stairs and no elevator, making it unsuitable to visit per wheelchair.