Eight monumental altarpieces from the KMSKA collection shine in the setting for which they were originally created in the exhibiotion Reunion. From Quentin Matsys to Peter Paul Rubens. Masterpieces from the Royal Museum Reunited in the Cathedral.
From 19 August 2015 to 22 november 2015 the Cathedral of Our Lady will host
Petrus Alamire. Polyphony in the Picture
, an exhibition where unique illuminated music manuscripts and masterpieces of Flemish
primitives will converge, embedded in a digital multimedia world.
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The opening hours are subject to change in the event of funerals or weddings.
The Cathedral offers guided tours for groups to the Reunion exhibition. Tours take 90 minutes and cost € 75 per group of up to 25 persons. Please make reservations at least three weeks prior to your visit by filling in the online form. We will contact you in order to confirm your reservation. For more information please contact our Educational Department at T+32 (0)3 224 95 61.
The Cathedral of Our Lady is situated in the centre of Antwerp.
Walking to the Cathedral
The Cathedral lies in the historical centre of the city, at walking distance from the River Scheldt, the City Hall and Groenplaats. The visitors entrance is located on Handschoenmarkt.
Cycling to the Cathedral
Bicycle parking is available at Groenplaats.
Driving to the Cathedral
The website of the Municipal Parking Company provides details of Antwerp’s parking facilities.
Public transport to the Cathedral
Arrive at Antwerp Central Railway Station. Catch metro line 2, 3, 5 or 15 to Linkeroever (stop: Groenplaats).
Tram or bus:
- Bus 22, 180, 181, 182, 183 (stop: Groenplaats)
- Tram 2, 3, 5 or 15 (stop: Groenplaats)
- Tram 7, 9 (stop: Meirbrug)
For details on tram and bus services, visit the website of