Exhibitions

Corona measures

 

Your well-being is paramount. The museum allows a limited number of visitors during fixed time blocks.

You can reserve a maximum of 5 tickets per time block. For the time being, you cannot book combi-tickets, guided tours or group visits.

Keep your distance, do not group up and follow the instructions provided by the Belgian Safety Council.


An e-ticket entitles you to a one-time visit to the museum on the date and time stated on the ticket. Only visitors with a valid e-ticket and proof of entitlement will be allowed access to the museum.

Visitors who are entitled to free admission (including children, card holders, etc.) must still reserve a (free) e-ticket.

There will be no ticket sales at the reception for the time being.

 

Select the exhibition for which you want to reserve tickets below.

 


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Bezoek Museum Maagdenhuis
Over arm en rijk tegelijk Het Maagdenhuismuseum, het museum van OCMW Antwerpen, is gehuisvest in een historisch gebouw uit de 16de-17de eeuw, dat lange tijd dienst deed als weeshuis voor meisjes, de ‘maegdeckens’.
01/01/200029/06/2020
Museum Plantin-Moretus - Unesco Werelderfgoed
A new museum layout, reading room and collection storage. The house, the printer’s workshop and the Plantin-Moretus family will come to life even more than was the case in the past. Inhale the scent of wood, leather, ink and wisdom. Enjoy the stillness of the courtyard garden, the creaking of the wood floors, the industriousness at one of the oldest printing presses in the world.
05/10/201630/06/2020
Museum Vleeshuis - Visit
Museum Vleeshuis looks back at six hundred years of music and dance in the city. You will be immersed in the stories of musicians, shown how musical instruments are made, taken to the first balls and opera performances…and especially enjoy many beautiful sounds.
05/01/201728/06/2020
Bezoek Museum Maagdenhuis
Over arm en rijk tegelijk Het Maagdenhuismuseum, het museum van OCMW Antwerpen, is gehuisvest in een historisch gebouw uit de 16de-17de eeuw, dat lange tijd dienst deed als weeshuis voor meisjes, de ‘maegdeckens’. Hier kom je veel te weten over de Antwerpse vondelingen-, wezen- en armenzorg door de eeuwen heen. Armoede en dakloosheid zijn immers niet van deze tijd alleen. Onze westerse steden kampten al met die problemen van in de middeleeuwen. Wist je trouwens dat de Antwerpse vondelingenschuif voor het eerst in 1812 in gebruik genomen is?
25/01/201724/06/2020
Visit Museum Mayer van den Bergh
The collector Fritz Mayer van den Bergh (1858-1901) was passionate about art and far ahead of his time. He had a nose for works that were of little interest to others then, but are universally admired now. His special field of interest was the art of the Low Countries from the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance (14th – 16th century), and he had a partiality for Bruegel.
15/02/201930/06/2020
The Rubens House in a nutshell
The permanent collection contains a large number of works by the master himself and by his peers and contemporaries. These are the ten masterpieces that you cannot afford to miss.
28/02/201921/07/2020
Expo Cool Japan
18/10/201930/06/2020
Over miljoenen mensen en één drooom
It’s all about the stories in The Red Star Line Museum. The stories of the passengers who travelled to America with the Red Star Line, in search of happiness and a better future. All these stories tell the history behind the Red Star Line. The museum also organizes temporary exhibitions in The Shed, which was the name of the old baggage shed.
04/04/202030/06/2020
Museum aan de Stroom - last Wednesday
The exhibit 'Cool Japan' takes you on a whirlwind tour of the global fascination for Japanese visual culture. The museum is open for free every last Wednesday of the month.
27/05/202024/06/2020
Museum Plantin-Moretus - last Wednesday
A new museum layout, reading room and collection storage. The house, the printer’s workshop and the Plantin-Moretus family will come to life even more than was the case in the past. The museum is open for free every last Wednesday of the month.
27/05/202024/06/2020
Museum Mayer van den Bergh - last Wednesday
The collector Fritz Mayer van den Bergh (1858-1901) was passionate about art and far ahead of his time. He had a nose for works that were of little interest to others then, but are universally admired now. The museum is open for free every last Wednesday of the month.
27/05/202024/06/2020
The Rubens House - last Wednesday
The permanent collection contains a large number of works by the master himself and by his peers and contemporaries. The museum is open for free every last Wednesday of the month.
27/05/202024/06/2020

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