- Museum aan de Stroom
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The MAS is more than a museum. It is a new city centre; a new meeting place where there is always something to see and do.
- An escalator takes visitors from the ground floor to +9. Along the way they take in views of Antwerp through the 6-metre-high glass panels - a foretaste of what awaits at the top: a sweeping panorama of the city, the port and the river.
- The MAS Boulevard is open Tuesdays to Sundays from 9.30 - 24.00 hrs (until 22.00 hrs in the Winter). There is no charge.
MAS STORM Café
- The MAS café, STORM ,is the ‘place to be’ on het Eilandje. For the interior, architect Kurt Hereygers from ‘Not Before Ten’ used a combination of ‘rich’ and ‘poor’ materials. Leather, oak, mirrors, plywood and concrete, finished off with a warm colour palette. The menu offers small, healthy seasonal ‘good fast food’ meals as well as Illy coffee, Oxfam fruit juices and beer, alcoholic drinks and wine.
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Restaurant 't Zilte and 9 Beaufort Reception Room
- The ‘t Zilte restaurant takes visitors to unprecedented heights, figuratively and literally! The 9+ floor affords breathtaking views of the medieval city, the Scheldt and the port. Viki Geunes moved his two-star restaurant ‘t Zilte from Mol to the MAS, where he now works his magic in Antwerp’s highest restaurant.
- On the north side of the museum, guests can savour his mouth-watering dishes in the panoramic restaurant bar or out on the spacious terrace. On the south side, the multifunctional ‘9 Beaufort’ room is available for private parties and meetings.
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- The four pavilions at the foot of the MAS are an extension of the museum and house (among other things) the MAS Shop. Three of them were designed by Crepain Binst Architecture.
MAS shop: an international shop
- The pavilion next to the entrance to the MAS houses the MAS Shop. It is run by a company called BAI from Schoten which specializes in art books, cook books and merchandising.