MAS - Museum aan de Stroom
The largest museum in Antwerp and arguably the most visually arresting, MAS is a sight to behold, with its multiple, staggered red sandstone levels rising 60m into the air. It houses nearly half a million items, with a mere (!) 180,000 on display, all focusing on the city of Antwerp. While explanations are in Dutch, the spectacular views need no translating and are worthy of the visit alone where you can see over the busy industrial port as well as the many gorgeous historical buildings.
T+32 3 338 44 00
A MAS guide will take you to the desired floor(s) with the lift. Some doors are heavy to open on your own. The panorama (+10) is only accessible via stairs, but the side terrace at +9 is accessible with some assistance. There are special guided tours for people with a visual or auditory disability. A deaf loop system is provided at the reception. A CD for a Daisy player can be borrowed at the reception as well. There is an accessible toilet (door: 84 cm wide) and there are 4 wheelchairs available. Not all objects, screens and texts can be used or read well from a wheelchair or by visually impaired people.
Below you will find an interactive map.Text version