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Is it necessary to advance-book art museums in Netherlands

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We'll be visiting Amsterdam, Haarlem, Rotterdam, Delft, Groningen and the Kroller-Muller Museum near Arnhem in June and going to the major art museums in each of these places. Is it necessary to book the more important of these (Rijksmuseum, Vincent Van Gogh Museum and Kroller-Muller) in advance or can we walk in with relative ease? I've just wandered into these museums before but it was winter .... I expect June to be very different of course, but do we need a timeslot to avoid the queues?

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