Monet Minute

Because we are temporarily closed, our volunteers tell about their favorite Zaanse Monet. A new video every three days. See Monet Minute (video) Monet for all videos.

Monet Minute

Because we are temporarily closed, our volunteers tell about their favorite Zaanse Monet. A new video every three days. See Monet Minute (video) Monet for all videos.

‘Zaandam is particularly remarkable and there is enough to paint here for a lifetime. Houses in all colours, hundreds of windmills and delightful boats.’ Claude Monet wrote to his friend and painter Pissarro after arriving in Zaandam on 2 June 1871. Captivated by these motifs, his stay would ultimately last a full four months.
Zaandam is particularly remarkable and there is enough to paint here for a lifetime. Houses in all colours, hundreds of windmills and delightful boats.

Claude Monet wrote to his friend and painter Pissarro after arriving in Zaandam on 2 June 1871. Captivated by these motifs, his stay would ultimately last a full four months.

Opening hours

Entrance

Adress

Due to coronavirus we have adjusted opening hours.

From Saturday, 6 of June we are opened only on the weekends from 12:00 to 17:00.

Free Entry

The MonetAtelier is situated in the centre of Zaandam, within walking distance from the main station, a bus stop on the corner, parking nearby and even a boat connection to and from Amsterdam.

+31 (0)6 16899389
info@monetinzaandam.nl

Public transport

Car

Boat

Train: Walk from Station Zaandam along the Gedempte Gracht or take the bus.
Bus: line 64, 69, 392 or 394, bus stop Gedempte Gracht.

We advise to park your car on De Burcht, an easy 5 minutes walk from the MonetAtelier

Landing of the ferry between Amsterdam C.S. and Zaandam within an easy walk.
The ferry sails on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday between May 4 – 1 October 2017.
There’s a connecting ferry to the Zaanse Schans and Zaans Museum
Click here for schedule