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How & when to get here


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MAS | Museum aan de Stroom
Hanzestedenplaats 1
2000 Antwerpen


The museum halls and the Visible Storage are open for visit:

  • Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (last access: 3.30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.)
  • Exceptionally open on Easter Monday and Whit Monday

The boulevard and panorama are open Tuesday to Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Be aware: if weather conditions are bad, the panorama may be temporarily closed.

The MAS is closed:

  • on Mondays (except on Easter Monday and Whit Monday)
  • January 1, May 1, Ascension, November 1 and December 25.

How to get here?

Check your route on Here are some suggestions:

By bicycle

There is a large bike rack near the flags right in front of the museum square.

With a Velo bicycle (Share-A-Bike system)

There are two Velo stations at the foot of the MAS. One on the Hanzestedenplaats and one on the Sint-Laureiskaai, just across the Nassau bridge. More information on

By tram or bus

  • Tram 7 (Mortsel - Eilandje), disembark at final stop MAS.
  • Tram 1 (P+R Luchtbal - Zuidstation). Get off at Noorderplaats and walk 15 minutes to the MAS.
  • Tram 24 (Silsburg - Havenhuis). Get off at stop Londen and walk past the Londenbrug to the MAS (10 minutes)
  • Bus 17 (UZA - Centraal Station - Brouwersvliet) Get off at the final stop 'Felixarchief'.
  • Underground Antwerpen Centraal: lines 3, 5, 9 or 15, direction Linkeroever. Get off at station 'Meir'. Above ground, take tram 7 at 'Meirbrug'.

Go to for the most up-to-date information.

By waterbus over the Scheldt

The waterbus connects Hemiksem and Lillo and stops at the Steenplein (where you have to get off). If you come from the Left bank, you can also take the ferry. All practical information such as rates and departure times can be found on

By car

Remember that the entire city centre of Antwerp and Linkeroever (the Left Bank) are a low emission zone. Polluting vehicles may no longer enter the low emission zone. Check before coming to Antwerp whether your vehicle complies with the conditions for entry with this test.

Compulsory registration: All vehicles with a foreign number plate (except Dutch number plates) complying with the conditions for entry must be registered once-only. Registration is free and can be done up to 24 hours after entering the zone. Register your car here.

You can find further information about the low emission zone in Antwerp at


  • parking at street level, near the MAS
  • Godefriduskaai car park (Zeevaartstraat 11)
  • there are two parking spots for people with a handicap on the Van Schoonbekeplein.

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