The exhibition will be open 7 days a week, from 9.30 am until 7 pm. Every Monday, and intermittently on Friday and Saturday, the exhibition is open until 11 pm.
To give everyone the chance to get as close to the master as possible, time slots are used. You buy your ticket for entry at a fixed time. You’re of course free to enjoy the exhibition at your own leisure.
The multilingual audio guide, tailored to children, young adults or adults, is included in your ticket. You can book a guide several times a day, and Tuesday and Thursday mornings are reserved for schools. Or why not reserve a spot at one of the exclusive nocturnes and enjoy the exhibition for four hours, in a more intimate setting and with a reception or walking dinner!
Reductions and extra benefits
- Your ticket also grants you reduced access to 8 Ghent museums throughout 2020: at Design Museum Ghent, Huis van Alijn, Industrymuseum, S.M.A.K., STAM, St. Bavo’s Abbey, St. Peter’s Abbey and The world of Kina.
- Inhabitants of Ghent, holders of an “UITPAS regio Gent”, a valid Citycard or Museumpas, and Friends of the MSK will still be able to buy a ticket at 22 euro per person after the early bird offer ends.
- The other reduction categories (UITPAS social tarif for the Ghent region, 6 to 18-year-olds, 19 to 25-year-olds) also remain valid until the end of the exhibition.
- Holders of an ICOM-card valid in 2020 can enter the exhibition for free and don’t need to buy a ticket beforehand. There may, however, be a slight wait before entry in order to avoid overcrowding.
- Supervisors of school groups and carers for disabled persons receive free entry and don’t need to buy a ticket.
- Trade partners can receive a 10% discount on the ticket prices. Please contact Peggy Hobbels at email@example.com if you’d like to request a trade login.
- When you buy a ticket at reduced price, you’ll have to present the necessary validation upon your visit.