❋ Corona ❋

WELCOME BACK TO THE ENDLESS EXHIBITION!

Individual visitors and persons living under the same roof or belonging to one 'social bubble' are welcome.

At this moment the artworks in our 'Endless Exhibition' are on display.

Also, large infrastructure works are in progress, in the run-up to new exhibitions this summer.



Before your visit

  • Reservations are required. Reserve your preferred time slot via this link.
  • Time slots start on Saturdays and Sundays on the hour, between 11.00 and 18.00 hours (the last time slot is 17.00 hours).
  • It is recommended to bring a mouth mask, to guarantee your safety, that of the employees and other visitors.


During your visit

  • Use the alcohol gel provided
  • Keep a distance of 1.5 m from other visitors and museum staff
  • We have mapped out a route for you, follow the white arrows
  • Each visitor will receive a printout of the room text accompanying the works. Afterwards, take the text with you or leave it in the bin (room texts will not be reused)
  • Toilets for visitors are regularly cleaned
  • The shop on site is closed but is active online at www.kunsthalgent.bigcartel.com
  • We kindly ask to limit your visit to 1 hour
  • A visit to Kunsthal Gent is free of charge, but donations are welcome after your visit


How do I protect myself and others?

  • Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap
  • Cough or sneeze in a paper handkerchief or in the inside of your elbow
  • Use paper handkerchiefs and dispose of in a lockable dustbin
  • Stay home if you're sick yourself
  • Touch your face as little as possible with your hands
  • Avoid handing over hands
  • Avoid close contact with people who are ill
Visit

Kunsthal Gent – Lange Steenstraat 14 – 9000 GENT

During the weekend, Kunsthal Gent is an exhibition space that can be visited free of charge.

On working days it is a workplace for artists and artistic organisations, but there are also public activities: from lectures and workshops to screenings and performances.

Opening Hours

Saturday and Sunday from 11.00 am to 18.00

Admission Fee

A visit to Kunsthal Gent is free.
After your visit, you can leave a donation (pay what you can).
What is reasonable? A museum visit in Ghent costs between 6 and 15 euros (standard rate).

An entrance fee may apply to events organised by partners.

UiTPAS

Kunsthal Gent is a UiTPAS partner. UiTPAS is a savings and benefits card for all kinds of leisure activities in Ghent. Are you coming to visit Kunsthal Gent? Don't forget your UiTPAS and save a point! Click here for more information about UiTPAS (in dutch).

Tours

The Ghent guides association Gandante offers guided tours in Kunsthal Gent. They focus on the artistic story of Kunstal Gent and the rich history of the Caermersklooster.

  • A tour for a group of 1 hour costs 60 euros, a tour of up to 2 hours costs 90 euros. Mail info@gandante.be for information and bookings.
  • Open tours also take place on a regular basis, starting at 8 euros per person. Dates, registration and more information via the website of Gandante.
Getting there

By Bike

Plan your cycling route easily with the City of Ghent’s free cycling map or its online cycling route planner. You can pick up the cycling map free of charge at the Stadswinkel, at all bike repair points of De Fietsambassade Gent and at the Mobility Company. The map shows you the main cycling routes as well as additional routes.

By Tram From Gent-Sint-Pieters

  • Tram 1, destination Wondelgem / Evergem. Get off at the Gravensteen stop. Walk along the Geldmunt until it changes into the Lange Steenstraat (follow the bend to the right). On your right you will see Kunsthal Gent.
  • Tram 4, destination Muide (Gentbrugge Moscou - UZ). Get off at stop ‘Lange Steenstraat’.

By Taxi

All Ghent taxi companies that offer electrical transportation can be found on www.elektrischetaxis.be. Electrical taxis follow the same rate, curb air pollution and offer the same level of comfort as regular taxis. Help keep our Ghent air clean!

By Car

Kunsthal Gent is located in a car-free area. The Lange Steenstraat is not located in the car-free area, but it is adjacent to it.

To improve air quality, Ghent’s inner city (the area within the ring road) will become a low-emission zone (LEZ) on 1 January 2020. Only vehicles that meet the conditions for admission will be allowed into this zone. Avoid being fined and check your vehicle before coming to Ghent.

For parking your car we recommend the following: Coming from the E40 or E17, take the Ghent-Centre exit and follow the P-route to Parking Vrijdagmarkt. In this car park you can park your car for a fee and you are not far from Kunsthal Gent.

Prefer not to drive into the city centre? Then use the free Park&Ride parking zones on the outskirts of the city and come to the museum by public transport. The closest with a connection to public transport are P+R Galveston (€), P+R Muide and P+R Weba/Decathlon. More information on public transport from the P+R-zones and a map.

By Coach

In Ghent, coaches can let passengers board and disembark at Gent-Dampoort station and at the Bijlokesite (Godshuizenlaan). From there, the city centre can easily be reached on foot.

Coaches can stop for 30 minutes (free of charge) on the Godshuizenlaan and on the Bijlokekaai. The Dampoort car park offers longer parking periods. Coaches can park for free on the Yachtdreef, where there is no limited parking time. All information about coaches and accessibility for tourists can be found in the Coach Plan.

Accessibility

Kunstal Gent is accessible, also for less mobile visitors and persons with an auditory or visual handicap.

Less mobile visitors

  • All stairs and steps on the ground floor are provided with a slope.
  • There are benches in the hall church and adapted toilets.
  • Kunsthal Gent is located on the edge of the Patershol and surrounded by cobbled streets.
  • The first floor (KHG#01 and KHG#03) is currently only accessible via stairs.

Persons with an auditory handicap

  • Informative room texts are available in the museum.
  • Most of the works in Kunsthal Gent are very visual.
  • All film fragments are subtitled (always in English, sometimes additionally in Dutch).

Persons with a visual handicap

  • Guide dogs are welcome in the museum.
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