Baroque Festival Card

Do you want to discover everything “Antwerp Baroque 2018. Rubens inspires” has to offer, in an efficient and inexpensive way? Just buy a Baroque Festival Card. It comes with plenty of benefits, including free admission and discounts.

Baroque Festival Card

The pass is valid for 48 hours (from the first time you use it) and entitles you to free admission to all the exhibitions and monumental churches that participate in the cultural urban festival “Antwerp Baroque 2018. Rubens inspires”. The pass also entitles you to discounts to other events. What’s more, it comes with a handy guide and a city map with useful information about all the participating venues. Please note, the pass does not include free public transport.


The pass entitles you to free admission to the Rubens House, Museum Mayer van den Bergh, the Cathedral of Our Lady, St. Paul’s Church, the exhibitions Michaelina (MAS), Sanguine | Bloedrood (M HKA), Paul Kooiker (FOMU), Baroque Book Design (Museum Plantin-Moretus) and Cokeryen (Snijders&Rockox House), as well as a discount to selected events. You must pay an additional fee for guided visits or special activities during the exhibitions.

Practical information

The Baroque Festival Card costs €25 and will be available for purchase from mid-December 2017 in the visitor centres in Grote Markt and Central Station. You can purchase this card online from April 2018.

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