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100% admiration, 50% discount

Combine a visit to the KMSKA with a visit to the Museum Plantin-Moretus

The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp (KMSKA) is opening its doors once again and we are celebrating this with a special ticket offer! Buy a ticket to visit KMSKA and get 50% off your visit to Museum Plantin-Moretus. 

Impressed by Plantin

woodcut collection online

The Plantin-Moretus Museum keeps an extraordinary collection of 14,000 woodblocks. 14,000 examples of true craftsmanship, drawings masterly cut in wood. We are supplying this impressive collection of woodcuts in high resolution. Feel free to browse as long as you like, get inspired and use your creativity.

Be impressed!

Collection & research

The Museum Plantin-Moretus conducts ongoing research into its own collection. It also provides scientific services to other institutions, specialists and students, and to the general public. In this way, the Museum has expanded a small group of connoisseurs into a large group of enthusiasts.

Travel Trade

For Tour Operators & Travel Trade Professionals

Are you a tourism professional? Discover here the many advantages of the Museum Plantin-Moretus for your travel offer.

About the Museum

The original residence and workshop of the Plantin and Moretus publishing dynasty offers you a unique historical experience, which is why it is a Unesco world heritage site. The building’s creaking oak planks and panels seem imbued in the history of books, the art of printing and the story of a family’s entrepreneurial flair. The oldest printing presses in the world can be found here, and much more besides...

What is there to see?

Discover the magic of the Museum. In mansion and printing press. In room and studio. In letters and typography. In beautiful books. Experience how, long before our digital age, words and images were spread around the world.

Plan your visit

Come and visit the house and business of Plantin and the Moretus family. All you need to plan your museum visit can be found here.

A lost drawing by Rubens returns home after four centuries

25.09.2021 | The Flemish Government has purchased a long-lost drawing by Peter Paul Rubens for an amount of 307,400 euros. The work will be included in the Masterpieces List and the Plantin-Moretus Museum will receive it on long-term loan.

Corona measures

We will put the well-being of our visitors and employees first. We are taking take various precautions to offer you a pleasant and safe visit. We hope to welcome you soon.

Ticket price to change from 1 september 2021

From 1 September 2021, the admission prices for the Museum Plantin-Moretus will be adjusted. The admission prices will be put on par with those of national and international museums. The discount policy will become more transparent.

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