Corona update: Due to the current measures, it is not possible to make a booking for either February – March. A city walk in the open air can take place from 1 April 2021 and a group visit/tour in a city museum is possible as of 1 May 2021. These dates are subject to the corona measures that are in force at that time. The corona measures limit the maximum number of participants as well. For specific information on the Antwerpse Stadsgidsen or the historic walks of the city of Antwerp, click on the link. If you have any questions, please contact us at info@experienceantwerp.be.

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MAS | Museum aan de Stroom

MAS | Museum aan de Stroom

The MAS is a place where you can look at the world, the city and yourself. Over 500,000 objects in the MAS collection form a river of tales about art and cultural traditions from all over the world, about the history of the city and the port and about overseas shipping and trade. This iconic building is the place where the city and the world meet and where the connection is made between the past, present and future.

The MAS is more than just a museum. It is an impressive repository in the middle of the Eilandje, which is a thriving neighbourhood. Its boulevard, with glass panels that are 6 metres high, will take you 60 metres higher. On the rooftop terrace you’ll enjoy a 360-degree panorama of the city, the port and the river.

Top 3 reasons why this is worth your visit:

  • The MAS presents a stream of stories about art and cultural traditions from all over the world, about the history of the city and the port and about overseas shipping and trade. The MAS is a place where you can look at the world, the city and yourself.
  • With seven museum rooms that regularly house new exhibitions, the MAS is always writing new stories with both its own collection and a selection of fascinating loaned art objects.
  • The boulevard and the rooftop panorama offer you the best view of today’s city. From the MAS you can also explore the bustling neighbourhood of ‘t Eilandje.

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