Antwerp City Card - offer

See what the Antwerp City Card has in store for you.

The discounts are valid until the end of January 2018 and public transport is included in the Antwerp City Card.

Free admission to the following 16 museums (including temporary exhibitions): Rubens House, MAS | Museum aan de Stroom, Red Star Line Museum, MoMu | Fashion Museum, FOMU | Photo Museum, M HKA | Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp, Museum Plantin-Moretus, Museum Mayer van den Bergh, Library Hendrik Conscience, Koningin Fabiolazaal, House of Literature, Maidens’ House museum, Eugeen Van Mieghem Museum, Museum Butcher’s Hall, Rockox House, Museum De Reede, Museum Stampe & Vertongen.

Free admission to the following churches: Cathedral of Our Lady, St. Paul’s Church, St. Andrew’s Church, St. James' Church.

Free admission to the De Koninck Antwerp City Brewery.

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When you buy your Antwerp City Card online, you will receive a letter of confirmation by e-mail, which entitles you to pick up your card and booklet with exclusive coupons from one of our visitor centres. The Antwerp City Card is obviously also available from our visitor centres on the Market Square 13 or at the Central Railway Station. 

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