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MoMu Dream visit - collection presentation

Our MoMu guides will take you and your imagination on a unique adventure through our Collection presentation.

Visitor information

  • When

    Tuesday to Sunday between 10 AM and 6 PM
  • Duration

    1 hour
  • Languages

  • For whom

    Pre-primary + 1ste grade
  • Maximum number of students

    15 students per guide

  • Pricing

    €75 (including €5 administration costs)

  • COVID-19 measures

    • face masks mandatory for guides
    • face masks mandatory for teachers + supervisors
    • respect social distancing
  • Cancellation policy

    If you cancel at least 7 calendar days in advance, everything will be refunded with the exception of a €10 administration fee. If you cancel up to 7 calendar days before your visit, nothing will be refunded. Cancellations can only be made via the Experience Antwerp contact form.

  • How to book?

    The button below will take you to the website of Experience Antwerp. This is where you can book your guided tour. Individual entrance tickets can then be ordered in the MoMu ticket shop.

The focus lies not so much on the content, but on the experience during the inspiring visit: learning to observe and imagine, pay attention to materials and colours.

In a playful way, we can discover the various garments and topics in the exhibition, using different brain games, along with practical and drawing tasks.

MoMu is home to the world's largest collection of contemporary Belgian fashion. MoMu's new Collection presentation looks back at four decades of Belgian fashion, along with a selection from the museum's historic collection.

The exhibition reviews the key protagonists of Belgian fashion, based on topics characterising the unique nature of the MoMu collection: surrealism, craftsmanship, deconstructivism and a fondness of art, history and innovation.

Both the Collection presentation and the introductory documentary start with the age-old question: “what does the “Belgian” and “Antwerp” fashion label mean today.”

In order to show as much as possible from the MoMu collection and create room for new stories, the exhibition will rotate on an annual basis. This means that it's certainly worth a regular visit to the Collection presentation and it will never fail to surprise you.

children working in the studio togheter with an MoMu guide
Dennis Ravays