Guided tour for adults

The guided tour through the Red Star Line Museum brings you to different destinations. From Warsaw you travel via Antwerp to America where, hopefully, a better life awaits you.

You follow in the footsteps of emigrants and experience their enthusiasm and fear, their excitement and insecurity. You will experience the farewells and the obstacles as well as the adventure, the discoveries and the hopes for a new life on the other side of the ocean.

The museum tells the history of the emigrants based on human stories. It is an almost forgotten tale that you keep alive by listening and reacting, by adding to the stories and sharing them. At the Red Star Line Museum, you book a trip to the past as well as to today and the future.

 

Practical

Interactive guided tour based on emigrants’ stories

  • Guided tour for adults
  • Duration: 90 minutes 
  • 15 people per guide 
  • Languages: Dutch/French/English/German/other languages upon request

Price

  • Guided tour: 75 euro + 5 euro administrative fee

Museum entry

  • Groups of 12 people or more: 6 euro per person 
  • Groups of less than 12 people: 8 euro per person 
  • No individual discounts with group tours

Prices are conditional

Information and reservations

Antwerp Tourism & Congress
Grote Markt 13, 2000 Antwerp
Belgium
tel. +32 3 232 01 03 
visit@stad.antwerpen.be

Available by phone from Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 5.50 PM.
Counters are open from Monday to Saturday from 9 AM to 5.45 PM, Sundays and holidays from 9 AM to 4.45 PM.

Lunch

You are not allowed to eat lunch packages brought from home in the museum café, but you can use our sea container for this purpose. Places are limited so it is best to make a reservation in advance via balie_rsl@stad.antwerpen.be. If the weather is fine, a picnic on the banks of the Scheldt River is an excellent supplement to a museum visit. 

Reception

  • Please make reservations at least three weeks in advance for this activity. 
  • The guide waits for you in the Red Star Line Museum. The waiting area is to the left of the entry doors. You will receive wristbands at the counter. They grant entry to the museum. The receptionist will offer one or more group lockers behind the counter. If you prefer to use individual lockers they are located in the visitor’s are in the basement. 
  • The guide accompanies you through the museum and in the tower.