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MoMu Highlights

During this visit, you will discover the many things on offer at MoMu!

Visitor information

  • When

    Tuesday to Sunday between 10 AM and 6 PM
  • Duration

    1,5 hours
  • Languages

    Dutch, French, English & German
  • For whom

    Secundary + higher education
  • Maximum number of students

    20 students (depending on COVID-19 restrictions)

  • Pricing

    €120 per guide (including €5 administration costs)

  • COVID-19 measures

    • Face masks mandatory for guides
    • Face masks mandatory for people aged 12 and over
    • 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.

A MoMu guide will lead you through the temporary exhibition ‘E/MOTION. Fashion in Transition’ and offers you a look at the Collection presentation, featuring top items from Martin Margiela, A.F. Vandevorst, Ann Demeulemeester, Raf Simons,… You'll then pay a short visit to the P.LACE.S exhibition, not forgetting the MoMu library.

The exhibition ‘E/MOTION. Fashion in Transition’ goes deeper into the way in which fashion is an expression of emotion, fear and desire in society: fashion is both ‘emotion’ and ‘in motion’. MoMu looks back on the events of the past three decades and questions how the fashion industry can reinvent itself, as well as the role that fashion designers can play in this in the future.

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.

The exhibition ‘P.LACE.S - Looking through Antwerp Lace’ highlights the role of Antwerp in the development and international trade of lace. MoMu is presenting this rich history at 5 different locations in the city, in dialogue with contemporary innovative and high-tech fashion creations.

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    Senne Van Der Ven
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    Ian Segal