As of 4/12/2021:

  • wearing a face mask in the museum is mandatory for visitors, from the age of 6;

As of 24/11/2021, the requirement to present a Covid Safe Ticket (CST) when visiting the museum, ends.

Please read all the corona measures carefully on our page Practical info.

Historische ondertekening van het verdrag van Genève
Coming up next
1951 - 2021
70 years ago, 24 countries signed the Refugee Convention in Geneva. The new exhibition 'Stories of refuge' explores, beyond laws and political agreements, what it means to be on the run. From 1.04.2022 in the Shed.
Foto van landverhuizers in de Loods
The Red Star Line Museum invites you on an exciting voyage. Discover the story of the shipping company, the city of Antwerp and its harbour. Above all, discover the emigrants’ stories.
Experience the museum in a different way
Foto: bezoekers in het museum
You can visit the museum on your own, with your family, with a group of friends or colleagues. Whatever you choose, we always offer you a unique experience. Take part in a guided tour, a city walk, workshop, attend a performance ...
Foto: NT2 studenten in het museum
Are you teaching evening classes for non-native speakers? Are you coaching an integration training programme? You and your students are very welcome at the Red Star Line Museum for a late night visit!
There is always something going on
Family game
A game for families with children 6 years old and up. Carry out various assignments and learn more about the emigrants.
Plan your visit
What should you bear in mind during your visit? What corona measures still apply?
foto: gezinsactiviteit in het Red Star Line Museum
The Red Star Line Museum is everything but a traditional museum. Here's an overview of our activities.