On weekends, Kunsthal Gent is an exhibition space, on weekdays it is a workplace for artists and artistic organisations, but it also hosts public activities: from lectures and workshops to screenings and performances. Kunsthal Gent works and programs in different spaces: the hall church (Endless Exhibition), the cinema (screenings and lectures), Pavilion KGH#3 (temporary exhibitions), the Old House (Refuge) and Sheela’s bar. During opening hours, you will find visual signage to the different areas of Kunsthal Gent.
- More info on the general accessibility of Kunsthal Gent via this link.
- Want to get a better look at the spaces in advance? Then take a look at this page.
Kunsthal Gent is wheelchair accessible via the ramp at the entrance. The cinema, toilets, Sheela’s bar are on the ground floor and are also accessible by wheelchair via ramps. The Old House is also accessible if accompanied. Feel free to speak to a staff member if you need help.
Important: exhibitions in and around pavilion KGH#3 above the cinema (first floor) are only accessible via stairs and a walkway through the hall church.
Entrance & ticket desk
As you enter, you will find the counter immediately on the left. There you will be welcomed by one of our volunteers and can buy a ticket. You are otherwise free to move through all the rooms.
For the exhibitions, we do not currently have an audio guide. However, our volunteers do give explanations to those who want and a room plan is available at the entrance.
Do you have any questions/remarks or would you like more information on the accessibility of Kunsthal Gent? Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.