.. still worth a visit. The views are great and the buildling itself is - in my opinion - architecturally great. Would go again anytime.
Go and discover Antwerp and its history. Seven floors describing Antwerp, Belgium, its people and influence on world history. The building itself demands a visit. And the view from the terrace is great.
easy to reach by public transport, bus no 17 from the central station. Ask the busdriver where you have to get of the bus, the stop is about 200m from the MAS
Modern and engaging exhibitions, the perfect way to spend a Sunday, alone, with friends or family. One of the best museums, we will definitely return.
The MAS Museum is a must-see in Antwerp. The building is a joy to explore...and the collection is one of great varieties......I loved it....
Particularly good on ethnology. Excellent hand-held device using QR code reading. BUT three annoying features. 1. Entrance to level 7 displays dangerously dark, with no warning. 2. Passport needs to be given up in exchange for hand-held device. Not a safe practice. Why not just money deposit? 3. No toilets for levels 2 to 9!
Not everybody will like the all-encompassing exhibtions about life, death, and the meaning of life, but moving up floor-by-floor (which does not require an entrance ticket!) to enjoy ever better views of the city is an absolute must. The open-air terrace on the roof tops is all.
This was an eclectic museum. Each floor has a different theme with items from all over the world. It was interesting but not my favorite museum by a long shot.
We visited here on a Sunday. This a great museum to visit, it is set over several floors access is free to all floors and the roof where you can look over Antwerp in one direction and the Harbour in the other direction. The cost to visit the exhibits is 10 Euros, i consider this to be a good price... More
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