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 email@example.com.
MoMu is currently closed for renovation and will reopen in 2021. During the renovation, you will not be able to visit the museum building. However, even before its reopening in 2021, you can still enjoy MoMu’s extramural programme.
The MoMu building in the Nationalestraat has temporarily closed its doors for renovation and extension works. Since 2002, MoMu has focused on temporary exhibitions in which fashion is placed in an elaborate, story-supporting scenography, usually in close collaboration with the designer. What has received much less attention is the extensive MoMu collection, which comprises some 30,000 objects.
Until now, there has been no physical space available in the museum building to exhibit this collection. After the renovation, MoMu will be able to tell the story of Belgian fashion on a permanent basis and give our visitors a deeper look into our own world-renowned fashion history.
While the building is being thoroughly renovated, MoMu has gone out into the world with an extramural programme of workshops and a diverse range of activities for children and adults, all on location in Antwerp.