To talk about Amsterdam without mentioning its artistic legacy is to speak in vain. It is recognized worldwide for being the birthplace of artists such as Vincent van Gogh and Rembrandt. To break with tradition, the Moco Museum was born in 2016 with the intention of demonstrating that art is varied and that everyone, regardless of age, can enjoy it. While other museums show old and boring art, the Moco brings a fun experience. This Amsterdam museum is known worldwide for art pieces that break any paradigm. We are talking about pieces like “Freaky Mouse” by Fidia and a giant gummy bear by WhIsBe. You can also take advantage of augmented reality technology to see what some art pieces hide. Fun and creativity are guaranteed at this museum.
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Museumplein square is world-renowned for housing Amsterdam’s best museums. Museums such as the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum are based around this square. The Moco Museum is also part of this iconic square. What makes this museum different is that its exhibitions focus on modern society and convey a message. It was founded by Lionel and Kim Logchies, owners of the Lionel Gallery with the mission to bring art to all people. No matter your age or taste in art, this Amsterdam museum has something to offer you. Something that will change the way you think. Something that will make you more creative, dedicated and spontaneous. Few museums in the world have the capacity that this museum has. That is why, despite being a young museum, it is known all over the world.
What do you have to do to visit this Amsterdam museum?
If you want to visit this museum, the good news is that you can plan everything from the Internet. On the museum’s website you can find the dates and times available and buy your tickets online. The Moco Museum has designed a friendly website where you can also find all the information you need about the exhibition, rules for touring its facilities and any other advice you may need to enjoy it to the fullest. It is recommended that you attend at least 10 minutes in advance. This Amsterdam museum is visited by many people so it is important to maintain order. If you arrive late, you may lose your right to enter the museum. Plan ahead and be prepared to enjoy a unique experience. If you have any questions, you can write to customer support.