Van Gogh Village Nuenen

The Vincentre is closed until Tuesday 7 April 

As all football matches, carnival processions and concerts have been cancelled for this weekend, the Vincentre has taken the decision to remain closed from Wednesday 11 March until Monday 1 June.

By taking this action, the Vincentre is supporting the request that all residents of Brabant should restrict social contact for the coming week. This will put the safety of our visitors, but also of our own volunteers, first.

The management hopes for your understanding and we look forward to welcoming you later this year.


“Did Van Gogh really stand here, on this very spot?”, asks an incredulous visitor to the guide. Yes, he really stood here. And he did so while making this painting”, replies the guide.
The visitor tries to comprehend this. “Wow” is the only thing he can say. It touches him. Nuenen. What an experience!

What Vincent van Gogh said about Nuenen...

" And reality sometimes comes very close to the Brabant that one has dreamt… "

Letter 446 - Arrival in Nuenen, 15 May 1884

39 Van Gogh monuments

Brabant is home to a large number of locations with a discernible and tangible heritage. Places where Vincent van Gogh left his mark. He was inspired by the countryside and the hard-working Brabant people.There are many interesting heritage locations and landscapes within an hour’s drive. 39 of them have been proclaimed Van Gogh Monument. 

To find the monuments in Nuenen, enter Nuenen. 


A visit to Nuenen begins with a visit to the Vincentre Museum.

Here you can get to know Vincent better as a person and follow his development to become a world-famous artist. Van Gogh lived and worked in Nuenen from 1883 to 1885. In that period he produced no less than a quarter of his total oeuvre. Places where Van Gogh stood, the buildings and landscapes he saw, drew and painted can still be visited.

Let us give you that ‘Wow’ feeling!

Entrance tickets are only available in the Vincentre.

If you want to arrange tickets in advance, you can buy them here quickly and easily:

Audiotours are available in the Vincentre

Learn about Vincent and discover Nuenen

The Vincentre museum will show you Nuenen as it was in 1883 when Vincent came to live here. You can experience things the way he experienced them. Modern techniques will make this a real happening.

And not just see, you can also use your hands!

You will get to know Vincent as a real person and see him develop into a world-famous artist.

Opening times, address Vincentre

Opening times

Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 to 17:00

Address: Berg 29, 5671 CA Nuenen, Netherlands

Audio tour: Visitors from other countries can hire an audio tour so they won’t miss out any of the experience.

Shop: The stylishly furnished shop has many items on sale. Together with the coffee corner this will make your visit complete.

Packages. Start by visiting the Vincentre museum. Then walk past a large number of Van Gogh Monuments with a guide. Check out the possibilities on ‘Plan your visit’. 

Admission prices 

  • Adults: €8.00
  • Children 2 to 17 years: €4.25
  • Friends with a Friends Pass: free entry
  • Audio tour: €2.00
  • The treasure hunt for children in the Vincentre is free.
  • No free admission to the Vincentre with a Museumkaart.

Tourist Office 

The VVV Tourist Office for Nuenen is housed in the Vincentre

Visitor address 

Berg 29
5671 CA Nuenen, Netherlands
Tel: +31(0)40 2839615 (NL/EN/DE)