• What can you see?

    There are very few sculpture parks like ours. The museum spent fifty years investing in the development of an impressive collection of artworks.

During this time, we must do everything we can to prevent the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 and to protect risk groups. All indoor locations of the Middelheim Museum are closed until April 19 (extendable until May 3). All activities in the Middelheim Museum will also be cancelled until then. Visitors who have registered for activities will receive a personal message with more information. We will inform you soon about the programming and planned events.

The Middelheim Museum park is still accessible to residents in the immediate vicinity. Only walking, running, cycling is allowed with family members who live under the same roof, or with one friend, provided the 1.5 meter distance measure is respected.

Read here all the measures of the city of Antwerp to slow down the spread of the coronavirus or read the Frequently Asked Questions.

Plan your visit
Practical information concerning opening hours, accessibility and everything that the museum offers.
The Middelheim Museum: an oasis of greenery, art, and so much more!
Take a bit of Middelheim home with you: there are stunning books, artful gifts and some interesting discounts to be had in our shop.
Expected
Exhibition
Saturday 13 June 2020 - Sunday 18 October 2020 from 10:00 to 17:00
Individual visitors
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.
Exhibition
Friday 15 May 2020 - Sunday 25 October 2020 from 00:00 to 00:00
Individual visitors
The inaugural edition of Public Figure presents a new sculpture by artist Tramaine de Senna (1981, California, lives and works in Antwerp).
New collection pavilion now open
In the new collection 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.