Please visit us again, but keep in mind the different precautions. Read them carefully:
From 11 July, wearing a face mask in the museum is mandatory.

What's new:
The exhibition 'Cool Japan' immerses you in the worldwide fascination for Japanese visual culture with icons such as Hello Kitty, Zelda and Sailor Moon..
Guy Rombouts and Benjamin Verdonck rearrange Jaap Kruithof
The Belgian philosopher Jaap Kruithof (1929-2009) collected 10,000 items, things that other people usually discard. In the meantime, he criticized the disposable culture. Half of the Kruithof collection is now given a new life thanks to the work of visual artists Guy Rombouts and Benjamin Verdonck.
V-bombs in Antwerp, 1944-1945
In the MAS pavilion, you can see where V-bombs fell on Antwerp and the scars they have left behind, by means of photographs, first-person testimonies and maps. You can even see a real V1-bomb from the MAS collection.
125 years Compagnie Maritime Belge
In 2020, the Antwerp shipping company CMB (Compagnie Maritime Belge) celebrates its 125 anniversary. Photos, paintings and ship models in the boulevard bring this history to life.
Antwerp Olympic city
The organisation of the Games in Antwerp was a feat in and of itself, and were really groundbreaking. In this small exhibition, you can view posters, photos, trophies and more.
Coming soon:
A century of Congolese art in Antwerp
The exhibition '100 x Congo' focuses on one hundred unique Congolese works.What are the stories behind the Congolese objects? And how did they end up here? What was their significance to various Congolese peoples? On display from 2 October 2020 in the MAS.
Plan your visit

To delay the spread of the coronavirus, the museum only allows a limited number of visitors in fixed time blocks.  Also, wearing a face mask is mandatory. The MAS ensures a safe and relaxing museum visit, but we do ask you to take and follow some precautions. Read them carefully.