Antwerp

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Cathedral of Our Lady
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5 reviews
The vast interior contains several masterpieces, including works by Rubens, which complement the majesty of the surroundings. — Michelin Guide
MAS - Museum aan de Stroom
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4 reviews
MAS, which stands for the Dutch "museum on the river", is in the oldest part of Antwerp's port — Michelin Guide
Museum Plantin-Moretus
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6 reviews
In 1555 Christoffle Plantin established an influential printing workshop in this stately patrician mansion in the city center. — Frommer's
MoMu - Fashion Museum Antwerp
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6 reviews
Fashion followers must start with Antwerp's mode museum, MoMu. — Lonely Planet
Museum Vleeshuis
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5 reviews
Antwerp's oldest remaining public building was once the only place in the city where meat could be sold. — Fodor's
Antwerp Zoo
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4 reviews
A visit to this zoo is the ideal complement to a look around the nearby Natural History Museum. — Michelin Guide
Royal Museum of Fine Arts
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3 reviews
The works on display span five centuries, all the way up to the 20th, but the Renaissance masters are why you visit. — Concierge
Museum Mayer van den Bergh
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3 reviews
Pieter Bruegel the Elder's arguably greatest and most enigmatic painting, Dulle Griet (room 9), is the showpiece. — Fodor's
Red Star Line Museum
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3 reviews
The Red Star Line museum was naturally named after the famous maritime company that transported over 2 million passengers from Antwerp harbour to the New World between 1873 and 1934 — Michelin Guide
Grote Markt
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3 reviews
A lovely 16th-century square lined with buzzing sidewalk cafes and restaurants filled with Antwerp’s sleek residents, the Grote Markt is the city’s social and cultural epicenter — Frommer's
Steen Castle
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3 reviews
This fortress was built after 843 on the banks of the Scheldt to defend the new frontier defined by the Verdun Treaty. — Michelin Guide
Vlaeykensgang
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2 reviews
This quiet cobblestone lane in the center of Antwerp seems untouched by time. — Fodor's
FOMU - Foto Museum
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3 reviews
This museum shows visitors photography in a broad social and cultural context. Alongside artistic photos, it exhibits press photos, and scientific, documentary and fashion photos. — Michelin Guide
Rubens House
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3 reviews
A fabulous picture of Rubens as painter and patrician is presented here at his own house. — Fodor's
St. Andrew's Church
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2 reviews
This late-Gothic church dedicated to St. Andrew dates from 1514 but reflects substantial Baroque influences from its extension during the 18th century. — Fodor's
St. James's Church
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2 reviews
Peter Paul Rubens is buried in the white sandstone St. Jacob's Church. — Fodor's
Middelheim Museum
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2 reviews
The Middelheim Open Air Sculpture Museum is a selfie wonderland, with some 200 sculptures from artists including Jean Arp, Henry Moore, Rodin, and Ossip Zadkine spread across an attractive park. — Fodor's
St. Anna's Tunnel / Pedestrians' Tunnel
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3 reviews
A 1930s pedestrian tunnel to the Linkeroever with beautiful original escalators and tilework. — Lonely Planet
Diamondland
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3 reviews
If diamonds are beyond your budget, you can watch them being cut and set during daily shows at 11:00 at this vast 1000-sq-metre diamond-showroom. — Lonely Planet
Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp
7
3 reviews
Here you'll find paintings, installations, video art, and experimental architecture from international artists. — Fodor's
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