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Visiting the Moco Museum in Amsterdam

The Moco museum in Amsterdam offers an unparalleled outlook on modern society with its innovative collection of contemporary and street artworks. They house collections by popular artists like Banksy, Jean-Michel Basquiat, KAWS, Keith Haring, Yayoi Kusama, and others. The Moco museum in Amsterdam is located in the historic Villa Alsberg on Museumplein and the former Palacio Cervello. You can plan a day trip to visit the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh museum as well as the Moco museum, as they are quite close to one another. Read on to know more about the Moco museum, how to book Moco museum tickets, its opening hours, and other information to help you plan your visit.

Why visit Moco Museum?

Moco Museum
  • One of the Biggest Contemporary Art Museums: Make sure to visit the Moco Museum, Amsterdam's one-of-a-kind contemporary art museum. It houses collections by famous artists like Yayoi Kusama, Banksy, THE KID, KAWS, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and others.
  • Look at the Collection of Modern Art: A visit to the Moco Museum is certainly eye-opening, as it houses a diverse collection of intriguing modern and contemporary art. On the lower ground floor of the gallery's many rooms, there are many interesting displays by important artists.
  • Reflect on Modern Society: Admire the use of humor and satire by artists such as Banksy, Andy Warhol, and Roy Lichtenstein who reflect on modern society.
  • Explore the Moco Garden Exhibition: Witness the “Moco Garden” exhibition, which enables guests to engage with contemporary masters' outdoor sculptures up close.
  • Enjoy an Audio Tour: Get an audio tour of the museum and its artworks by using the smartphone application bundled with the ticket.

Banksy At Moco Museum Amsterdam

Banksy Laugh Now

If you are looking for words to describe Banksy - elusive, pseudonymous, street art, and impactful, are the words that would be perfect for the artist. Known for his iconic street art, Banksy’s artworks carry a political punch as he works on anti-war, socio-political issues, and anti-authority topics. His artwork’s tone of satire and dark humor has been more than just impactful, as it attracts and connects art lovers from every corner of the globe. Moco Museum has a dedicated section that showcases the artworks and brilliance of the impactful street artist, which is a must-visit for all art lovers.

Banksy At Moco Museum

Banksy Artworks
Moco Museum Tickets Banksy
Moco Museum Banksy Tickets

Laugh Now is a dedicated Banksy exhibition that exhibits validated original street works of Banksy. Most of the artworks housed at Moco Museum come from collectors and private collections and are now hold out for display to the public, which would have otherwise remain unseen. 

Some of the notable artworks on display include:

  • Laugh Now
  • Girl with Balloon
  • Kids on Guns
  • Love is in the Air (Flower Thrower)
  • Kate Moss
  • Rude Copper
  • Crude Oil series
Banksy Moco Museum

Banksy Amsterdam Street Art: Several of Banksy's Street art finds their place in the exhibition. The graffiti works are conserved and preserved to be put on display for the public. Thanks to this conservation project, artworks like Heart Boy have been conserved.

The Crude or Corrupted Oil Series: Banksy remixes the paintings of the old masters by painting on the tainted replicas of the artwork. This series mostly have overpainted classics with twisted satires with Banksy's touch of detailing or aggressive lettering.

Who’s Laughing Now?: Banksy uses humor to mock the hypocrisy of the humankind in this painting. Considered as a parallel to his journey from breaking the guidelines of art to being a valued street artist with his artworks being put on display in museums and exhibitions.

Banksy Amsterdam Moco Museum Tickets Explained

Moco Museum Banksy

Moco Museum Tickets Explained

Moco & Cruise

Skip The Line: Moco Museum & Cruise

Skip past the ticketing lines of Moco Museum and enjoy a cruise ride with this pass. Visit Amsterdam’s Moco Museum and get to explore the modern and contemporary works of art with an insightful audio guide. Enjoy a blissful experience of an hour-long cruise upon the gorgeous canals of Amsterdam.

Free Entry: For infants under 3 years. (with valid ID)

Discounted Tickets: For children of 13 and under. (with valid ID)

Timings: Flexible Timings

Blue Boat Amsterdam & Moco Experience

Blue Boat Amsterdam & Moco Experience

Grab this super saver combo of Moco Museum skip the line access and Blue Boat Amsterdam Canal Cruise. Zoom past the ticket lines of  Moco Museum and get to admire the modern and contemporary artworks that reflect on society with irony and humor. Complete your experience with a serene view of Amsterdam from a 75min long cruise and an educative audio guide.

Discounted Tickets: For children aged 5 to 17. (with valid ID)

Upgradeable: Yes; Cruise experience upgrade

Amsterdam Tour & Moco Experience

Amsterdam Tour & Moco Experience

Get access to Moco Museum without waiting in long queues. Get to know about the interesting details of the art exhibits with this guided tour. Get mesmerized by the beauty of Amsterdam as the guide cum photographer takes pictures of yours against the scenic backdrops of different locations of Amsterdam.

Discounted Tickets: For children 12 and under. (with valid ID)

Super Flexible Cancelation: On cancelation up to 24 hours before your scheduled visit get a full refund on your booking.

I Amsterdam card

I Amsterdam card

Choose your tour duration and get skip-the-line access to over 70+ amazing attractions in Amsterdam. Walk past the long queues for tickets and get access to the famed Van Gogh Museum, Moco Museum, Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum, and more and marvel at the artworks by famous artists, and rare items. Follow that up with the additional highlight of your tour - an hour-long canal cruise.

Validity: Enjoy an extended ticket validity until 31 Dec 2021.

Pass Options: 24, 48, 72, 96, or 120 hours (chosen at checkout).

Discounted Moco Museum Tickets

To provide you with the best experience, most of our tickets have discounts for children and students. To make the most out of your visit, grab the super saver combos and enjoy amazing discounts on the ticket price. For further details, check the tickets section before you purchase. 

Why you should Book Moco Museum Tickets Online?

With COVID-19 regulations in place and Moco Museum capacity being limited, booking your tickets online lets you book your slots in advance. With multiple options and combos to choose from, grab amazing deals for your Moco Museum visit and get your tickets at a discounted price. 

  • Convenience: Save time on your Moco Museum visit and avoid ticketing queues by booking tickets online. With premium access and multiple combo options to choose from, buy the ticket you prefer and make your itinerary in advance. 
  • Advance Reservations: Don’t let new government regulations and Moco Museum’s limited capacity change your plans at the last moment. Buy your tickets online to make advance reservations and book your slots.
  • Great Discounts: Buy your tickets from our platform to get your Moco Museum tickets at a discounted rate. What’s more? With an array of combos to choose from, you get to pick up the deal that suits you the most and enjoy a super saver offer! 
  • Free Cancellation: We are here to offer you the best experience. Along with offers, combos, and discounts, we offer free cancellation services. Get a full refund on your booking on cancelation up to 24 hours before your scheduled visit- no questions asked!

Moco Museum Highlights

Moco Museum Banksy

Banksy Exhibitions

Moco Museum has a dedicated section for the artworks of elusive street artists that houses several impactful artworks of Banksy. The section is a must-visit for art lovers for it holds several never-seen-before original artworks of Banksy, added from private collections and collectors, and are being put on display for the general public. The Banksy exhibitions attract thousands of art lovers from all over the world every year.

Girl With A Balloon

Girl With A Balloon

Banksy's 'Girl with Balloon' is arguably one of the most well-known works of modern art, and has been used several times to support social campaigns. Created in 2003 representing the street art movement, it is one of Banksy's most well-known impactful works. It is made up of only three colors: black, white, and red, and it is so compelling that it is unquestionably a work of art that heralded the start of the new millennium.

Dollar Sign

Andy Warhol's Dollar Sign is one of his most notable projects. The work of the pop artist exemplifies the critical connection of art and riches, as well as the belief that one cannot exist without the other. Despite coming from a working-class family, Warhol's Dollar Sign reflects his intense interest in a consumer society as well as his economic success. This is  Andy Warhol's second piece at the Moco Museum.

Diamond Matrix

Moco Museum and Studio Irma, a Dutch contemporary artist, have collaborated on a new immersive digital art show called "Reflecting Forward." You are guided around the interactive works of art by brightly colored lights and rhythmic, scene-setting music. Diamond Matrix is a popular choice among visitors since it allows them to explore, discover, and contemplate in their unique way.

Final Days by KAWS

The artworks in the Moco Museum's garden are a magnificent element of the display. ‘Final Days' by KAWS is one of the most motivating of the lot present at Moco Museum. The Smurfs characters and popular culture have inspired this big statue that is now quite popular at the museum. It is made of afrormosia, an African wood that is historically thought to have supernatural properties.

Moco Garden Exhibitions

Moco Garden Exhibitions

The Moco Garden exhibition encourages visitors to engage with contemporary masters' outdoor sculptures up close. From Banksy's Heart Boy to KAWS's Final Days, a larger-than-life artwork fashioned from afrormosia, a traditional African wood thought to carry spiritual energy, the garden collection is continually changing, rotating pieces by famous worldwide artists.

Plan Your Visit To Moco Museum

Getting there

Monday to Thursday: 9 AM to 7 PM

Friday to Sunday: 9 AM to 9 PM.

Moco Museum has numerous halls and exhibitions, which is why it takes about 3 hours to explore to completion.

Address: Honthorststraat 20, 1071 DE Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Find on maps

  • By Metro: Take the metro to Weesperplein and catch tram numbers 1, 7, or 19 to reach Spiegelgracht.
    Nearest Stop: Weesperplein
  • By Tram: Numbers 2, 5, and 12
    Nearest Stop: Museumplein or Museum Square
  • By Bus: Number 347, 357, 397
    Nearest Stop: Ruysdaelkade
  • By Car: Take the Loevesteinse Randweg and Hoofddorpweg route via Plesmanlaan
    Nearest Parking: Q-Park Byzantium
  • Wheelchair Accessibility: The ground floor of the Moco Museum is wheelchair accessible and is free to visit for all differently-abled individuals.
  • Nearby Parking: Paid parking is available for all visitors to the Moco Museum at Q-Park Byzantium.
  • Service Dogs Allowed: The museum allows service dogs with registered collars to enter the premises.
  • Can Visit in Large Groups: Group tours are available at the Moco Museum for students and large parties.
  • Guaranteed Entry on Reserved Time Slot: Timed entry is available at the Moco Museum, which guarantees your admission during your reserved time slot.
  • Rescheduling Facilities: An easy rescheduling facility is available even on the day of the visit at the Moco Museum.

Things to do nearby

Van Gogh Museum
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Anne Frank House

Visitor Tips

  • Reserve Tickets in Advance: I Amsterdam Pass holders can enter the Moco Museum for free. You will still need to book a free-of-cost ticket to reserve the time slot.
  • Visit on Weekdays: Avoid visiting the Moco Museum on weekends from 11 AM to 5 PM to bypass the most crowded hours of the week.
  • Book Tickets Online: Purchase your tickets online to avoid standing in queues at the mercy of the weather.
  • Explore to the Fullest: Don’t skip the 3D installation room by Roy Lichtenstein to get the full flavor of the Moco Museum.
  • Accompany your Children: Take your kids to the Moco Museum. Children under the age of 10 years can enter for free.
  • Soak in the Artworks and their History: Read the descriptions of each artwork to know more about these masterpieces.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Moco Museum in Amsterdam

Q. Can I buy Moco Museum tickets online?

A. Yes, Moco Museum tickets are available online, with options of full refundable up to 24 hours before the time of visit, depending on your ticket.

Q. How much do the Moco Museum tickets cost?

A. There are multiple Moco Museum tickets available online, each with an unique feature or addition. The price of the Moco Museum tickets begin from €19.50.

Q. Are discounts available on Moco Museum tickets?

A. Yes, discounts are available on Moco Museum tickets depending on the ticket you choose to buy. You can get amazing deals and discounts on Moco Museum tickets by buying them online.

Q. What is the best way to buy tickets to Moco Museum?

A. Buying your tickets online helps you enjoy amazing deals and discounts while enjoying the convenience of booking your slots in advance without standing in long queues or any physical interactions.

Q. What is the cancellation policy for Moco Museum tickets?

A. Most of the Moco Museum tickets have a super flexible cancelation policy. Depending on the ticket you purchase, you can get get a full refund on your booking on cancelation up to 24 hours before your scheduled visit. Please check the ticket details before purchasing.

Q. Do my Moco Museum tickets include skip-the-line access?

 A. Yes, Moco Museum tickets include skip-the-line access.

Q. Are guided tours available for Moco Museum?

A. Guided tours are available for Moco Museum but they are suspended temporarily. Please check the recent updates for further details.

Q. What is the best time to go for the Moco Museum tour?

A. The best time to go for the Moco Museum tour is during weekdays, early in the morning or late in the evening. In terms of crowd level, the best time to visit is in the months of March, April, September, and October.

Q. What is the best way to reach the Moco museum in Amsterdam?

A. Amsterdam has a well-connected public transport system. You can catch a metro to reach Weesplein and catch tram numbers 1, 7, 0r 19 to reach Spiegelgracht. You can also take tram numbers 2, 5, and 12 to reach Museum Square or Museumplein. Bus numbers 347, 357, and 397 also reach Ruysdaelkade. You can take a walk from that stop to the Moco museum.

Q. Can I change my time slot to visit the Moco museum?

A. Yes, you can change your date and time slot up to the date of your visit to the Moco museum in Amsterdam. You need your ticket number to make the changes, so make sure to keep a note of it.

Q. Can I enter the Moco museum if I arrive earlier or later than my designated time slot?

A. It is recommended that you arrive 15 minutes before your designated time slot, for if you arrive earlier or later, there is no guarantee that you will be able to enter the museum. Time slots are fixed only so that you can enjoy the museum to the fullest without feeling rushed or overwhelmed.

Q. Does Moco museum tickets include the Moco boat tour?

A. No, you have to book separate tickets to enjoy the Moco museum and the Moco boat tour.

Q. Are pets allowed inside the Moco museum?

A. With the exception of service dogs with registered collars, no other pets are allowed inside the Moco museum.

Q. Where do I keep my luggage when visiting the Moco museum?

A. There are no locker facilities inside the Moco museum, but you can keep your luggage at Museumplein, just 125 meters from the museum.

Q. Are hats not allowed in the Moco museum?

A. For security reasons, you cannot wear hats inside the Moco museum premises.

Q. Do kids need adult supervision inside the Moco museum?

A. If anyone is under 16 years of age, they cannot visit the museum on their own. Adults need to accompany children on their visit to the Moco museum.