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In the museum room of one of Antwerp’s icons

The MAS is more than a museum. A walkway with undulating glass sections leads you all the way to the top. On each floor awaits a new story about Antwerp, the river, the port and the world. Be enchanted by the City’s largest museum and discover why the locals are so fond of it. Students without vertigo can also enjoy great roof-top views. Those who prefer to have both feet firmly on the ground can enjoy ‘Dead Skull’, the work of art by Luc Tuymans on the square in front of the museum.

PAY ATTENTION! You are studying in the boulevard. Making use of earplugs is suggested.


Hanzestedenplaats 1
2000 Antwerp

03 338 44 81

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Opening hours

This location opens the 25th of May 2021.

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Wearing a mask is mandatory when you're moving from point A to B but also while studying at the boulevard.

Wheelchair accessibility

There’s a lift bringing you to the 8 floor (ask someone from the front desk to help you). On the ground floor there’s a wheelchair accessible toilet.


Time for a break

Het Eilandje’s alive! Take a stroll past the pretty boats along the docks, get mesmerised by the architecture of Felix Pakhuis or find your way to one of the restaurants for take-out lunch.

Do you want to explore the neighbourhood further? Check out the Antwerp Student Guide with seven walks fine-tuned for students. Perfect to get some fresh air!

Opening hours and take-out services change quickly in times of corona, so make sure to first check these locations’ social media. That way you won’t end up standing in front of a closed door!

Getting there

Bicycle parking can be found at the flag parade in front of the museum or at the back entrance. You can park your bike in the MAS Velo station or St Laureiskaai.

At the railway stations Antwerp Centraal and Antwerp Berchem, you can rent the ‘Blue Bikes’ rental bikes. If you prefer to come by public transport, you can map out your perfect route with the route planner from De Lijn. Buses 17, 30, 34 and 291 stop nearby, or take tram 7 to St Pietersvliet, which is at the entrance of the museum.

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