Moco Museum is an independent museum that is located close to the Van Gogh Museum. The museum offers an extensive collection of contemporary and modern art, by leading artists as well as pioneers of modern art. In the unique Moco Gardens you will also find various works of art. Moco Museum has become one of the popular museums in the city.
In 2016, the opening exhibition featured the well-known Banksy: Laugh Now. This exhibtion is a permanent display at the museum now. See iconic works from Banksy, a mysterious British artist, known for his infamous street pieces. His large number of indoor works, including work on canvas are typical of Banksy. One of these is his giant ‘Beanfield’ painting, an eye-catcher as you enter the Banksy exhibition. Other highlights include ‘Girl with Balloon’, ‘Laugh Now’ and ‘Keep It Real’.
A visit to Moco is an unforgettable experience and a true eye-opener. Enjoy one-of-a kind experience with unparalleled collections of art in which irony and humor are used to reflect modern society. Take a glance into the art world, which is usually hidden from the public. And visit the giftshop for unique ‘art-minded’ souvenirs or gifts.
Note: In October 2021, Moco Museum – Barcelona opened its doors to the public!
If you come at the starting time that’s on your ticket, your entrance is guaranteed. If you come at any other time, it is not guaranteed when and if you can enter Moco Museum.
It is allowed to take pictures in the Moco Museum, only if it does not slow the visitor flow.
Yes, your ticket provides access to all exhibitions.
Unfortunately it is not. The historic Villa Alsberg that houses the museum, has many stairs and no lifts, making it inaccessible for wheelchair users.
The audio guide is included. It is available in English and Dutch.
The nearest parking garage is the underground parking Q-Park, located at Museumplein. You can find the entrance opposite the Concertgebouw.
Entrance: in front of Concert Hall.
Monday until Thursday: 09:00 - 18:00
Friday until Sunday: 09:00 - 19:00
See modern and contemporary art by inspiring artists such as, Banksy, Jean-Michel Basquit, JR, KAWS, Keith Haring, Jeff Koons, Yavoi Kusama, Andy Warhol and many more.
The Moco Museum is located in a beautiful old townhouse, overlooking the Museum square. The building was designed by Eduard Cuypers, nephew of the renowned Pierre Cuypers who designed Amsterdam’s Central Station and the Rijksmuseum.