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10 reasons to visit Muhka

  1. Each season, explore a diverse and ambitious programme featuring large-scale exhibitions and intimate presentations showcasing both established artists and up-and-coming talent.
  2. The museum is always bustling with activity. In addition to the exhibitions, visitors can enjoy film screenings, artist talks, performances, workshops, and guided tours. Every last Thursday of the month, the M HKA stays open until 9 pm, and Sunday is family day.
  3. Explore the collection wing on the ground floor, where you’ll discover works from the collection from different perspectives.
  4. Take a seat at the large wooden table in the reading room. Browse publications from the manual library for free.
  5. Enjoy the view of the Scheldt on the roof terrace of the museum café, the M HKAFE. It is the only public place in Belgium where you can see works by James Turrell and Keith Haring.
  6. Watch thought-provoking films at The Cinema, M HKA’s film venue, situated in the arts centre De Studio just a little further down the road.
  7. Be amazed by the Panamarenko House, which the M HKA manages and opens to the public, offering a glimpse into the home and studio of the renowned artist who was so captivated by flight.
  8. Embark on an avant-garde walk and uncover the past, present, and future of M HKA and the Zuid district. Join us every first Saturday of the month, from April to October.
  9. Take a piece of the M HKA home with you; explore our museum shop offering a wide selection of contemporary art books, postcards, and magazines.
  10. Experience the Antwerp Zuid, a vibrant artistic neighbourhood boasting studios, art galleries, cozy restaurants, and the brand new Zuidpark. Nearby, you’ll find the Antwerp Photo Museum (FOMU), Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp (KMSKA), and the promenade along the newly constructed Scheldekaaien (quays).