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Anybody home?

From 17 December 2022

A new exhibition, titled ‘Anybody home?’ is set to open at the MAS by the end of 2022. An interactive and imaginative journey that invites visitors to think, together, about what home means to them.

Aids Memorial Quilts

1 December is World AIDS Day. Every year around this time, the MAS displays a number of quilts from its collection. They are unique, moving commemorative cloths for AIDS victims who lived in, or visited Antwerp regularly. On display from 28.11 until 4.12 on the boulevard.


Stories found in the city
    Saturday 30 October 2021 until Sunday 27 August 2023 from 10:00 to 17:00

In 2021, the MAS celebrates its 10th anniversary with a colourful, special exhibition. We present exciting and moving stories about greedy giants, turbulent loves, demons and heroes. Stories from Antwerp and stories from afar.


About the port, people and cargo

In 'Freight' you stop at various 'docks', each of which reveals a different part of the city's connection with world trade. A journey through the history of the port city. On view on the 6th floor.

Everything of worth

FREE ENTRANCE | What can be heritage? What has value and what does not? A photo exhibition explores these questions. It shows the people behind the city's heritage.

Plan your visit

Are you planning a visit to the MAS? Then go through some practical information first. Ticket prices? Opening hours? How to get there? Accessibility? Food and beverages? You'll find it here!

Bring your class to the MAS

Teachers can act as a guide and provide a tour for their class at the MAS. Or they can book a guided tour for their class.

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