Antwerp’s museums reopen on 5 December

The Consultative Committee of Federal and Regional Governments decided to reopen non-essential shops from 1st December. Museums can also reopen. As of tomorrow, you can book a time slot to visit one of City of Antwerp‘s museums. These will reopen on 5 December. 

Those museums are Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Middelheimmuseum, Rubenshuis (Rubens House), Letterenhuis, Museum Vleeshuis, Museum Aan de Stroom (MAS), Red Star Line Museum, Museum Plantin-Moretus and diamond museum DIVA

Photography museum FOMU reopens on 8 December. 

As previously, there’s a maximum of visitors allowed and you need to book an entry time. Tickets will be on sale on the museums’ respective websites from 1 December at 9 AM. 

Alderwoman for Culture Nabilla Ait Daoud (N-VA) is pleased. “The reopening of museums is like a light at the end of the tunnel.”

Temporary exhibitions

DIVA’s exhibition ‘The Jewelleґs Art‘ opened online on 13 November and will now be accessible to the public ‘live’. 

Uncertainty

FOMU holds an online festival called ‘Uncertainty’ from 3 to 6 December. 

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