• Welcome to the Middelheim Museum

    The Middelheim Museum is a special place where art and nature go hand in hand.

A visit to the Middelheim Museum is possible again. Stroll through the permanent collection in the art park and enjoy the nature that surrounds you. We hope to welcome you soon!

We put the well-being of our visitors and employees first, which is why we want to ensure a safe environment for your visit during these times of COVID-19, and we request that you also take some measures.

Read our measures here

And of course, you can also continue to fully experience the Middelheim Museum from home.

Plan your visit
Read more about the COVID-19 measures being implemented in the Middelheim Museum, tools for your smartphone, the temporary information point, and general visitor information here.
Now that the corona crisis has paralyzed social life for the most part, many people don’t get to go to their favourite places, such as in the Middelheim Museum. That is why we bring the art park right to your home.
Exhibition
Friday 03 July 2020 - Sunday 18 April 2021 from 10:00 to 17:00
Individual visitors
The inaugural edition of Public Figure presents a new sculpture by artist Tramaine de Senna (1981, California, lives and works in Antwerp).
Exhibition
Saturday 13 June 2020 - Sunday 18 October 2020 from 10:00 to 17:00
Individual visitors Postponed
An exhibition about the traces of the (post) colonial history of the Middelheim site. Several African and international artists will take the visitor on a walk.
Symposium
POSTPONED 20 March 2020
A symposium on colonial monuments gathering scholars, artists and cultural workers to reflect upon historical attitudes, healing gestures, artists’ responses, and institutional choices.
Collection pavilion open again from 1 June 2020
In the pavilion, you can (re)discover hidden works from the collection of the Middelheim Museum. Just over 80% of the works of art in the collection are stored in depots that are closed to visitors. Because the museum wants to offer maximum access to the collections in all their diversity, it has now transformed one such closed repository into an open display area. An initial selection of artworks has been unpacked there and put on display for the public.
Discover our highlights
A number of artworks in our wider collection are definitely considered relevant for art history. Each of them are artistic highlights in their own way, illustrating a specific movement or development in the field of sculpture.