The new entrance to the Van Gogh Museum opened to the public on 5 September. To mark the opening, a gigantic labyrinth made up of 125,000 sunflowers has been created on Museumplein. The labyrinth is open to the public free of charge on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 September. The labyrinth contains three Van Gogh inspiration rooms where visitors can enjoy performances by singer-songwriters, among other things. The sunflowers will be handed out to the public free of charge from 4 pm on Sunday. Director Axel Rüger: “This is our way of celebrating the opening of our brand-new entrance on Museumplein. The building went very smoothly and was completed entirely within the tight 18-month schedule and on budget. The glass entrance hall features advanced glass constructions, installations and modern floors and walls. There is a new spacious

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