Moco Museum Amsterdam

Moco Museum

Check out iconic works by Banksy, Warhol, Dalí and other influential artists at the Moco Museum in Amsterdam.

About Moco Amsterdam

The Moco Museum, short for Modern Contemporary Museum Amsterdam, is a museum for contemporary modern art in Amsterdam. It places particular emphasis on street art and works by renowned artists from the contemporary art world.

The Moco Museum was founded by Lionel and Kim Logchies, art collectors and entrepreneurs. They wanted to create a space in Amsterdam that would present a dynamic range of modern and contemporary art, aimed at a younger and more urban audience. Moco has quickly become a leading destination to discover modern and contemporary art in a dynamic and engaging environment.

Did you know?

There’s another Moco Museum in Barcelona since 2021. Also highly recommended if you like inspiring modern art.

Modern art of the Moco museum Amsterdam
Digital immersive art in the Moco Museum

What to see

The museum features a collection of works by famous contemporary artists, including Banksy, Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Yayoi Kusama and more. It is known for its focus on street art, pop art and other art movements from the 20th and 21st centuries. The Moco Museum has also embraced digital and immersive art experiences in a number of its exhibitions, including interactive digital installations and multimedia displays.

The museum also regularly organizes temporary exhibitions. These exhibitions often include a mix of paintings, sculptures and interactive installations.

Modern masters

Modern Masters continue to inspire and unite art enthusiasts globally. Explore their unique visions showcased by Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Yayoi Kusama, and Jean-Michel Basquiat in our permanent exhibition.

Contemporary masters

This exhibition as the name suggests shows contemporary works of artists like KAWS, Tracey Emin, Mungo Thomson, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Hayden Kays, Julian Opie, and more.


Banksy, a renowned street artist known for powerful social and political messages, is featured in Moco Museum’s ‘Laugh Now’ exhibition. Explore his iconic pieces such as Laugh Now, Rude Copper, Girls with Balloon, and more

Digital Immersive Art

Studio Irma x Moco presents Connectivism, a new art movement exploring immersive digital experiences shaped by internet technologies and emphasizing new ways of understanding and learning in the digital age

TNF (the New FuTure)

A unique digital art exhibition based on blockchain technology. This exhibition includes artists like Beeple, Vexx, Anna Ridler, Daniel Arsham, Trevor Jones, Dmitri Cherniak, Pak, Sofia Crespo, WhIsbe, Mad Dog Jones, Refik Anadol, Kjetil Gold.

Moco garden

The Moco Garden, an extension of the museum, showcases diverse outdoor sculptures and installations by contemporary and street artists like Adam Parker Smith, Marc Ange, Federico Clapis, Studio Irma, Marcel Wanders, and WhIsBe. The artworks in the garden may vary, so for the latest updates, visit the Moco Museum’s official website or contact the museum directly.

Temporary exhibitions

The Symphony of nature

Six N Five, is an artist that specializes in 3D art and design. He is known for creating visually stunning and imaginative 3D renderings and animations, often characterized by surreal and abstract aesthetics. Six N Five’s work has been used in various industries, including advertising, art, fashion, and more. Ezequiel Pini, the artist behind Six N Five, has gained recognition for his unique and captivating visual style.

Entrance moco museum


  • Mona Lisa with a gun by Banksy: This artwork is a playful take on Leonardo da Vinci’s famous “Mona Lisa” but with a contemporary twist, as it features the iconic figure holding a gun.
  • Love, No War by Mr. Brainwash: This piece is by the street artist Mr. Brainwash, who is known for his pop art-inspired works. “Love, No War” often features prominently in the Moco Museum’s collection.
  • Mao by Andy Warhol: The Moco Museum has been known to exhibit works by Andy Warhol, and “Mao” is one of his famous silkscreen portraits of the former Chinese leader Mao Zedong.
  • Queen Beatrix by Yayoi Kusama: Yayoi Kusama is known for her distinctive polka-dot patterns, and her work “Queen Beatrix” has been displayed at the museum.
  • Soup Cans by Andy Warhol: Andy Warhol’s “Campbell’s Soup Cans” is an iconic series of paintings, and the Moco Museum has featured some of these works in the past.


The Moco Museum is situated in a historic villa in the Museumplein area of Amsterdam, which is also home to other well-known cultural institutions like the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum, and the Rijksmuseum.

Honthorststraat 20, 1071 DE Amsterdam, Netherlands

Opening hours

  • Monday: 09:00- 20:00
  • Tuesday: 09:00 – 20:00
  • Wednesday: 09:00 -20:00
  • Thursday: 09:00-20:00
  • Friday: 09:00 -21:00
  • Saturday: 09:00-21:00
  • Sunday: 9:00-21:00

Frequently asked questions

Are dogs allowed in the Moco Museum?

No, only with the exception of registered service dogs with a suitable harness, dogs are not allowed inside the museum.

If I am under 16 years of age, may I attend the museum on my own?

Kids under 16 years old can not access the Museum without adult supervision.

Is the museum accessible to wheelchair users?

Unfortunately, it is not.

Is the museum accessible for strollers in Amsterdam?

Unfortunately, it is not. We recommend you to park the stroller in our garden during your visit by asking one of our crew members.

Can I wear a hat in the museum?

Due to security reasons, we ask visitors not to wear hats during their Moco Museum visit.

Is my ticket valid for all exhibitions?

Yes, the ticket is valid for all exhibitions, unless otherwise stated on our ticket page.

Can I get a refund for my ticket?

Purchased tickets are non-refundable.

How long does it take to visit the Moco Museum Amsterdam?

We’d recommend taking an hour and a half. You’re then free to take as long as you like to browse our store and explore the Moco Garden.


Prices and tariffs

There are 3 types of tickets. With a standard ticket you choose your desired date and time. With a flex ticket you can decide when you arrive at the museum. If you also want to skip the line, you can opt for the priority ticket.

CategoryStandard ticketAmsterdam Priority ticketAmsterdam Flex ticket
Adult€20.95 – €21.95€26.95 – €29.95€25.95 – €28.95
Youth: 7-17 years€17.95 – €18.95
Children: 0-6 yearsFree
Only valid with (international) student ID card.
€17.95 – €18.95

Guided tours and bundled packages

Save time and money by combining a visit to the Moco Museum with a canal cruise in Amsterdam.

Moco Museum Amsterdam

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