Visit: Provinciestraat 112, 2018 Antwerp
Offices: Ploegstraat 25, 2018 Antwerp

Opening hours Kunsthal Extra City

Thu and Fri: 13:00 - 19:00
Sat and Sun: 11:00 - 18:00

Public Holidays

Kunsthal Extra City is open on public holidays, if they fall on Thursday-Sunday.

Tickets and prices
7 euro – general
5 euro – groups of 10 people or more, oKo, NICC, teachers card
3 euro – students, - 26 years, people with a disability (incl. 1 supervisor)
free – holders of omnio status, -13 years, museumPASSmuseés, ICOM, press (on request)

With your ticket, you can enjoy all the exhibitions that are currently on show at Kunsthal Extra City.

Guided tours
Every last Sunday of the month you can attend a free tour with a valid entrance ticket between 14:00-15:00. Our guide will take you through the exhibitions.

In addition, we also organize guided tours for groups. Send us an email and we will be happy to propose a tailor-made tour, adapted to your target group.

Price: guided tour for a group: 70 euros (excl. VAT). For a tour outside the opening hours, an additional 50 euros (excl. VAT) is added.

Maximum number of participants per tour: 25 people

Special offer for schools: use the public transport (De Lijn - bus and tram) for FREE to come to Kunsthal Extra City with your class (max. 30 people). Request your free ticket via dynamoOPWEG.

Your visit during COVID-19
Before your visit, please consult the current measures that are in place for your safety.

Journalists wishing to visit one of our exhibitions: please reserve your press pass at least two days in advance by contacting Joachim Naudts.

Getting there
Kunsthal Extra City is located in the centre of Antwerp, at walking distance from Central Station. Whenever possible, we advise that you get here on foot, by bike or using public transport.

The Smart Ways to Antwerp route planner shows the most efficient way to get to Kunsthal Extra City.

The closest parking facilities are Station Zoo, Roosevelt, Astridplein, De Keyser, Diamant en Breidel.

At Kunsthal Extra City we attach a great deal of importance to the accessibility of our exhibitions. Visitors who cannot move through the kunsthal freely without assistance may come with a guide, for whom entrance is free of charge. Guide dogs are also welcome at the kunsthal. Ramps are provided at the entrance and on the ground floor for wheelchair users. An accessible toilet is also present. Unfortunately, the church balcony and monastery courtyard are currently only accessible via the stairs.

General contact
[email protected]
+32 (0)3 677 16 55