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Organisation

The family Plantin and Moretus kept things going for nine generations with great expertise. Just like the Museum staff today. They look after the house and its collection with pride. Get to know them and take a look behind the scenes.

Mission and vision

With the same care and energy as the Plantin and Moretus dynasty, we manage this house and its collection for future generations. We develop expertise through research, collaboration and exchange. Every employee is proud to work here. And every visitor feels welcome.

Visiting the museum with a group

Guided tours, creative workshops, printing demonstrations and day programmes: come to the museum with your group and make the visit more lively or varied with our group options.

Taking your class to the Museum

Active, fun, educational guided tours... Creative workshops on books and printing... Activities for students of all ages.

Children and families at the museum

Get to work just like a real printer or listen to the museum coming to life in the audio play.

Support us

Support the Museum Plantin-Moretus, a unique UNESCO World Heritage Site. Become a Friend, Volunteer, Donor or Sponsor.

News

Want to keep abreast of the latest news about the Museum Plantin-Moretus? Then keep a close eye on this page!

Projects and conferences

The study of books, the graphic arts, historic homes, public relations... all are fields in which the Museum Plantin-Moretus excels. Our employees write articles, organise exhibitions, produce catalogues and attend scientific conferences. Moreover, the Museum often collaborates in academic research.

Catalogues

Every exhibition introduces you to a different part of the collection. And exhibition catalogues then present the ideal selection of the items displayed. They elucidate the most attractive and interesting aspects of the exhibition in images and words. Buy the catalogues to assemble all that’s finest from the collection.

Children and families at the museum

Get to work just like a real printer or listen to the museum coming to life in the audio play.

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