Welcome to Nuenen, the Town where Vincent van Gogh lived
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Two years of his life, Vincent van Gogh lived in the small town of Nuenen in the south of the Netherlands. During those productive years, he painted more than 180 works that mainly show the everyday life of people around town. Farmers, still-life paintings and the famous artwork ‘The Potato Eaters’ date back to this period.
Nowadays, you can still visit the places where Van Gogh used to sketch and work. The town is a real outdoor museum with 23 locations that will bring the story of the artist closer to you. In the museum Vincentre, you can learn about the artist’s life and read the letters that he wrote during his time in Nuenen.
Do you love Vincent van Gogh as much as we do? The Vincent van Gogh house museum in Zundert is also a great option! Get tickets for the Museum Vincent van Gogh House here.
|LOCATION||Berg 29, Nuenen|
|OPENING HOURS||Tue – Sun: 10.00 – 17.00 h
|PUBLIC TRANSPORT||Bus 6, 21 or 22 from train station Eindhoven to Nuenen or bus stop: Lindeboom|
|BEST TIME TO VISIT||All day|
|TICKET TYPE||Printed ticket|
Audio guides are available at the entrance. There is also an app available that is perfect for your walk through the village of Nuenen: the ‘Explore Vincent’ app. You can download the app here.
- Wheelchair accessible, wheelchair can be borrowed
- All floors are accessible with elevators
- Parking is available at the parking spot ‘Remise’
- Let portaits tell you about the love-hate relation Vincent had with the town of Nuenen
- Visit not only the house were Vincent lived but also all the buildings and places that were an inspiration to him for 2 crucial years of his life
- Learn about the paintings and about the family and personal life of Vincent
- Admire the Reformed Church in Nuenen, one of the many locations that has remained unaltered since the time that Van Gogh lived and worked there