The modern Museum M, built in 2009 on top of the site of an older museum, houses Leuven’s art collection. Featuring historical works from the Gothic period, as well as the 19th century, M is also home to a burgeoning contemporary art collection. But the building itself is equally interesting, as it was designed by Belgian architect Stéphane Beel to include old and new, such as the incorporation of the former university college of Saint Ivo faculty of science into the main entrance.
The M-Museum Leuven is temporarily closed from 18 January till 10 June 2017.
Leopold Vanderkelenstraat 28
T+32 16 27 29 29
M-Museum Leuven and M-Treasury of Saint-Peter are accessible for wheelchairs and have 3 wheelchairs and 20 mobile folding chairs. You can borrow the folding chairs for free according to availability and in exchange for an identity card. You should book these in advance. Do you have a visual impairment? Then you can discover the museum with the adapted 'Empire of the Senses' tour (‘Rijk-der-Zinnen’-rondleiding). The theme, perspective or method of approaching the works of art changes every two months. You can find the dates of the 'Empire of the Senses' tours on the website. Booking is essential.
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