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Visit ‘Van Eyck’ with the audio guide

Discover the exhibition at your own pace with the multi-lingual audio guide, in adult and children’s format. The guide is included in every ticket. Book your ticket in advance and pay a maximum price of 25 euro instead of 28 euros during the exhibition.

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You purchase your tickets for a visit at a designated time. An average visit to the exhibition lasts about 1,5 hours, but you are free to discover the art at your own pace. Once you exit the exhibition, however, you can’t re-enter with the same ticket.

The audio guide is available in eight languages: Dutch, French, German, English, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Japanese. The childeren’s audioguide is available in Dutch, French, German and English.

There are also tickets available at discounted rates of 22, 15, 5 and 2 euros. If you buy a discounted ticket, you must be able to present the proof of this on the day of your visit. You can also purchase a ticket at the reception desk in the MSK or in the Stadswinkel (under the Belfrey).

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Visit ‘Van Eyck’ in the evening

Every week the museum stays open until 11 pm on Mondays, Fridays and/or Saturdays. Get even closer to the master in the darker hours! Check the calendar in the webshop to see on which evenings we stay open longer.

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You purchase your tickets for a visit at a designated time. An average visit to the exhibition lasts about 1,5 hours, but you are free to discover the art at your own pace. Once you exit the exhibition, however, you can’t re-enter with the same ticket.

The audio guide is available in eight languages: Dutch, French, German, English, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Japanese. The childeren’s audioguide is available in Dutch, French, German and English.

There are also tickets available at discounted rates of 22, 15, 5 and 2 euros. If you buy a discounted ticket, you must be able to present the proof of this on the day of your visit. You can also purchase a ticket at the reception desk in the MSK or in the City Store (under the Belfrey).

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Late Night Van Eyck

On 4 March, MSK’s own youth crew Schoonvolk! is organising an evening for students and young professionals. Throughout the evening you’ll discover free activities in the museum galleries. And of course you’ll visit the exhibition at your own pace.

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The evening runs from 19.30 until 23.00. An average visit to ‘Van Eyck’ takes 1.5 hours, without the extra activities. The price for visitors aged 19 to 26 years is 15 euros. Other ages pay 2, 22 or 25 euros. The audio guide is included in the ticket. If you buy a ticket at a reduced rate, you must be able to provide proof of this at the box office.

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Exclusive ‘Van Eyck’ Evenings

Enjoy a unique ‘Evening with Van Eyck’ reception or a walking ‘Dinner with Van Eyck’ before, during or after your visit to the exhibition. All of this in a unique setting within the heart of the museum. The admission ticket (and audio guide) are of course included for each event.

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The evenings run from 19.00 until 23.00. Arrival is possible between 19.00 and 22.00. For the ‘Evening with Van Eyck’ reception on Saturday, 15 February, the cost is 95 euros. You get access to the galleries all evening long, with drinks and reception fingerfood in the adjacent rooms.

For the walking ‘Dinner with Van Eyck’ on Saturday, 29 February or Saturday, 14 March, the cost is 125 euros. This allows access to the exposition throughout the evening, as well as drinks and a full, warm walking dinner.

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Combine ‘Van Eyck’ with ‘Kleureyck’

Combine ‘Van Eyck’ in the MSK with a visit to the exhibition ‘Kleureyck’ in the Design Museum of Ghent on a day of your choice. ‘Kleureyck’ runs from 13.03.2019 until 06.09.2020.

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With the combination ticket, you can visit the ‘Kleureyck’ in the Design Museum of Ghent in addition to ‘Van Eyck. An Optical Revolution’ in the MSK Ghent. ‘Kleureyck’ focuses on the remarkable colour scheme of the Flemish Master, through the eyes of (contemporary) design. You are free to choose which day you visit the exhibition in the Design Museum, so you don’t have to do both on the same day.

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