Antwerp Points of Interest and Places to Visit

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Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp

Please note: The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp is closed for renovation until 2019. Famed for housing one of the world's largest collections of ...  Read more

Grand Market Place (Grote Markt van Antwerpen)

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Antwerp’s Grote Markt (Grand Market Place) is one of the city’s main attractions. Around the edges of the triangular-shaped marketplace you’ll find lovely ...  Read more

Antwerp Zoo (Dierentuin)

Occupying a 26-acre (10.5-hectare) site behind the city’s grandiose railway station, Antwerp Zoo was built in 1843 – when it was outside the city walls – in ...  Read more

Aquatopia

Right across the road from Antwerp’s other great family attraction, the zoo, Aquatopia is housed in a biscuit-colored Art Deco building and aims to educate ...  Read more

Brabo Fountain

In pole position at the heart of Antwerp’s lovely, medieval Grote Markt, the Brabo Fountain stands in front of the ornate, pennant‐encrusted Stadhuis (Town ...  Read more

Butcher's Hall (Vleeshuis)

Centered on Antwerp’s Grote Markt and the surrounding streets are some outstanding guild houses, built during the city’s 16th- and 17th-century Golden Age as ...  Read more

Central Station

Antwerp’s main railway station is a much-loved city landmark, a spectacular domed building of majestic proportions on Koningin Astridplain and nicknamed the ...  Read more

Diamond District

About 84 percent of the world’s uncut diamonds pass through Antwerp’s Diamond Quarter, an enclave of side streets just west of Central Station. Every year ...  Read more

Diamondland

One of the best-known showrooms in Antwerp’s Diamond Quarter, DiamondLand is a sparkling, glittering homage to gemstones, with an exceptional array of ...  Read more

FoMu (Musee de la Photographie)

Found in a former waterside warehouse in the on‐trend area of Zuid south of Antwerp city center, FoMu first opened in 1986 but moved to its current home in ...  Read more

ModeMuseum (MoMu)

As befits a city committed to the pursuit of high fashion, sophisticated Antwerp has a museum dedicated to the study of designer clothing. Affectionately ...  Read more

Mode Museum (MoMu)

Ever since the now-iconic ‘Antwerp Six’ (Walter Van Beirendonck, Dries van Noten, Dirk van Saene, Dirk Bikkembergs, Marina Yee, Ann Demeulemeester and Martin ...  Read more

Museum aan de Stroom

Spearheading the rejuvenation of the once derelict Willemdok harbor area, MAS (which translates as ‘Museum on the River’) opened in 2011 to great acclaim – ...  Read more

Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp

Located in the buzzing district of Zuid south of Antwerp city center, the Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp opened in 1987, leading the rejuvenation of ...  Read more

Plantin-Moretus Museum

In the 16th century Antwerp – along with Paris – was one of the leading lights of the Northern Renaissance; among the brightest stars on the city’s stage at ...  Read more

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