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Practical information

When can you visit the Vleeshuis Museum? What is the best way to get to us? How much does a visit cost? And how can you enjoy a safe visit to the museum in these times? All the practical information is listed here for you.

A listed building

The history of the Vleeshuis goes back five hundred years – well into the Middle Ages. Until after the French Revolution the Antwerp meat cutters, the oldest trade in the city, used it as their base. As well as using the building as a guildhall, they also used the listed building as a location to sell their meat.

Visiting the museum with a group

Groups and associations can take a guided tour of the museum or discover it by themselves using the Antwerp Museum app or the Vleeshuis app. It’s also a great teambuilding activity.

Corona measures

We will put the well-being of our visitors and employees first. We are taking take various precautions to offer you a pleasant and safe visit. We hope to welcome you soon.

Ticket price to change from 1 september 2021

From 1 September 2021, the admission prices for the Museum Plantin-Moretus will be adjusted. The admission prices will be put on par with those of national and international museums. The discount policy will become more transparent.

Conditions of sale

Conditions of sale when purchasing an online ticket.

Accessibility

Everyone should be able to easily use and view the information on the website of Museum Vleeshuis, not least the visually impaired, blind, hearing impaired, deaf and persons with other disabilities. Museum Vleeshuis strives to make its website as accessible as possible, by 2022 at the latest. We do this in accordance with the EU directives and the Flemish Administration Decree.

Practical information concerning Coronavirus

When can you visit the Vleeshuis Museum? What is the best way to get to us? How much does a visit cost? And how can you enjoy a safe visit to the museum in these times? All the practical information is listed here for you.

Coronavirus COVID-19: update

Museum Vleeshuis is open. We will put the well-being of our visitors and employees first. We are taking various precautions to offer you a pleasant and safe visit. You can read more about them here. We hope to welcome you soon.

Virtual tour - Vleeshuis behind the scenes

Normally the museum visitor only sees the cellar and the ground floor of the Vleeshuis. But the Vleeshuis is much more than that. Curious to see the other five floors? A sneak peek with this virtual tour. Want to see it all? Book a tour behind the scenes!