Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo

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Inside Hoge Veluwe National Park lies Kröller-Müller Museum, a site of modern and contemporary sculpture that houses the second largest exhibit of van Gogh's works in the world. The 30 hectare (75 acre) museum grounds represent one of the largest sculpture gardens in Europe, including oddly shaped or magnified objects from everyday life, and representations of society and nature. Walk through this lush forest, which includes a lake, and then visit the museum to view renowned pieces such as van Gogh's self-portrait and "The Potato Eaters," as well as works by Picasso. Make Kröller-Müller Museum part of your personalized Ede itinerary using our Ede tourist route planner.
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  • Good to this museum. The sculpture garden is also very nice. With small children you can alternate (indoor/outdoor). It is a piece of culture. Come there like.
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  • We were today special of the Kröller Müller Museum in Oterlo driven for the exhibition "the young years of Vincent van Gogh". It was a well-designed exhibition with many drawings and photographs from the time of Van Gogh. The paintings were now in a small Hall. We have enjoyed the visit to this beautiful museum. Unfortunately, the images in the sculpture garden partly still covered because of the winter.
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  • Very nice and great museum where an extensive exhibition of Van Gogh. Very good explanation is given. Very focused on the English part of his life. But definitely worth it.
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  • Museum in the nature. Take a bile at the entrance and enjoy the 10' ride to the museum. The park is really nice. I did not find the inside of the museum really nice. I would not plan on eating at the cafetaria as well. But the outside is worth it!
  • Nice setup with a museum in a park so you have to pay for both to see the museum. Children are free of charge - but your car is not. But possible to lend a free bike and there are lots of them. Splendid way to get around a see it all. Do expect to use time to get around - the park is huge. The Van Gogh expo is nice - good collection. The game for kids is very good - other museums could learn something from that. And the sculpture park is great on a beautiful day. Do expect to spend at least 4 hours there if you want to see everything! Friendly staff.
  • The park is beautiful itself, but the museum is perfect for every art-lover. They have one of the biggest Van Gogh collection and other modern artists works.
  • In 1969 the hippies in Amsterdam invented the white bicycle: a bicycle that was free to use, to promote a healthier lifestyle. Here there are thousand of white (free) bicycles to ride to the museum through a natural park. In the museum many paintings by van Gogh, but also an impressive collection of early 20th century paintings. In the garden quite a few large modern sculptures, absolutely worth seeing.
  • Great to just bike around the huge perimeter! Artwork portfolio is quite big and of high quality as well. Has a bunch of Van Goghs!