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What a gem! We had no idea of what to expect, but the delightful museum in the midst of a forested Park was a real find. In addition to the extensive Van Gogh collection (with some wonderful pieces) the Kroller Muller Museum also has a...More
Excellent and well worth the trip. It should be noted this is the 2nd largest Van Gough collection in the world! Other worls of art by Picasso, Rembrandt, Seurat, Monet, Cezanne and other notable artists make this a must see! We highly recommend taking one...More
First I want to thank Mr and Mrs Michelin for their detailed instructions on how to get to K-M (their post is below, scroll down to see it). Follow their instructions if you are coming from Amsterdam and you won't have any problems. My husband...More
In the middle of the Hoge Veluwe national park there is this Musea with a funny name, a incredible mix of modern art outside and inside the multiple spaces.
But when inside you cannit imagin the hig level of art that is exposed there,
I recently visited the museum with my 21 year old son who is studying in Groningen.
It absolutely exceeded our expectation.
The 10 km ride to the museum was breathtaking through different landscapes.
The museum itself a feast for the eyes and soul.
This museum hosts an excellent collection of Van Gogh paintings, the second largest in the world. We also enjoyed the Rembrandt association exhibit. Before viewing we enjoyed lunch at the café, not a huge selection, but adequate for the size of the museum. Overall, worth...More
After living here for 14+ yrs, I have finally made it to the Kroller-Muller Museum! It was well worth the wait! Well planned out, great atmosphere and the sculpture grounds are equally as great as the inside collection. There are two cafes, one inside with...More
This is a wonderful museum and well worth the time it takes to travel there. The Van Gogh collection is itself worth a journey, and the building's plate glass walls let you look out onto the sculpture from many vantages. It's true, you can take...More
It’s been a while since there has been a good concise guide to getting to the Kroller Muller so I thought I would out this together.I have been twice, firstly by a private tour guide but as the costs for half a day were upward...More
You do not need to book in advance. Nevertheless check on their website as there is a special on Van Gogh where you might have to. You can take a train to Arnhem and then a bus or taxi. Taxi from Amsterdam will be expensive... More
You do not need to book in advance. Nevertheless check on their website as there is a special on Van Gogh where you might have to. You can take a train to Arnhem and then a bus or taxi. Taxi from Amsterdam will be expensive: over € 100 one way.
If you're catching the train to Ede-Wageningen and it's the bus to Otterlo and to the Kroller-Muller that you mean, you can pay for a group ticket on the first bus you get on to outside the station at Ede-Wageningen. This... More
If you're catching the train to Ede-Wageningen and it's the bus to Otterlo and to the Kroller-Muller that you mean, you can pay for a group ticket on the first bus you get on to outside the station at Ede-Wageningen. This covers all the buses for the rest of the day to Otterlo and to the Kroller-Muller museum and back again. As there were two of us traveling and we asked to go to the Kroller-Muller (even though we knew we were on the first bus to Otterlo), he automatically sold us the group ticket and this worked out easiest. It was 16 euros and covered 2 adults and 3 children, from memory, paid in cash to the driver.