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Hanzestedenplaats 1, Antwerp 2000, Belgium
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Interesting variety of exhibits in a fantastic space. Signage placement was awkwardly low, and some exhibits didn’t have signage in English, which was disappointing. Nonethless, we enjoyed our time there very much. Not crowded on a Tuesday mid-morning, which was quite nice.

Thank bluedo
Reviewed 6 days ago

If you are to go to one museum in Antwerp, and want something that will please everyone in your group - this is the place. The museum is spit over 9 floors (viewing deck at the top) there are free galleries - but you can...More

2  Thank Adam W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The MAS is beautifully located next to the water and has great views from every floor, but the panoramic terrace on the roof is obviously the most impressive. 6 floors with different exhibitions and a completely specific setup make it appear as if you were...More

Thank Tom V
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We always bring visitors coming to Belgium to visit this museum even just going to the rooftop and enjoy the view of the city is a great experience, you can see part of the history of Antwerpen while taking the electric stairs up or down

Thank mi2perdomo
Reviewed 1 week ago

Walkable distance from the river front, accessible through tram as well from the centre. Closeby is the old port with so many old vessels

Thank rskmcg
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited this fascinating museum/iconic landmark a few days ago. The building itself is worth visiting in its own right and possesses a fine view of the city from its roof top gallery, for those possessed of little time and or money the trip via...More

Thank tregarth01
Reviewed 1 week ago

We went in to see the Michaelina exhibition (which was excellent), and went to the rooftop for a view over Antwerp. There's so much more to see though.. the museum is huge and offers various (changing) exhibitions at the same time. I plan on going...More

Thank Eline v
Reviewed 1 week ago

The number of positive reviews here speaks for itself. So very briefly, a well laid out and changing museum space, with free and paid exhibits on different floors, all reached by a set of escalators separate from each museum hall. These themselves lead to a...More

Thank Ian D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Fantastic modern architecture, with a public walking way with escalators around the building to the 10th floor. Free access until 23:40 (not midnight !!!). The museum is brand new, and the top floors (4-5-6) should not be missed (on the city, etc)

Thank philhellich
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum has something for everybody. The architecture, especially the rounded glass elements on the facade are intriguing. Check-in was friendly and efficient. Remember to ask for a brochure. We started with the view from the top floor and made our way down from floor...More

Thank Ursula M
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