We seek to ensure that all our visitors have a safe and pleasant visit. That is why you will be given so much space that seems as though you have the art all to yourself. Below, you can discover everything there is to see at the moment, and find out how we will ensure that you have a safe and pleasant visit.
HOW CAN I VISIT M AND THE SAINT PETER'S CHRUCH?
To guarantee a safe visit for everyone, you can currently only visit M by booking a timeslot in advance. To visit M, book on this page.
You can visit Saint Peter’s Church (from 10.07) without booking a timeslot in advance. If you would like to try the digital experience, however, please book a timeslot. You can do so on this page.
We ask that all visitors book a timeslot online as much as possible via this webpage. If you cannot book your visit online, we are happy to help you at the reception desk in a museum. Due to safety concerns, we do not accept cash payments at the reception desk.
WHICH EXHIBITIONS ARE OPEN?
We have marked out a safe route for you around the temporary exhibitions ‘Rodin, Meunier & Minne’ and ‘Kiluanji Kia Henda’. The collection presentation ‘Everything for Form’ and ‘Body Language’ are also on this route. Starting on 10 July, you will also see the new collection presentations ‘Moved’ and ‘Take Your Time’ as well as the focus room ‘The Seven Sacraments’.
The permanent exhibition ‘Between Heaven and Earth – Experience Bouts’ Last Supper’ at Saint Peter’s Church will reopen on the same day.
WILL THE OPENING HOURS CHANGE?
M’s opening hours remain unchanged: the museum is only closed on Wednesdays. On other days of the week, you can visit M between 11am and 6pm, on the condition that you book a timeslot in advance.
Please note: on Thursday, the museum is only open until 6pm, and not until 10pm, as is normally the case.
The opening times of Saint Peter’s Church also remain unchanged: you can visit the church every day from 10 am until 4.30 pm. On Sunday, the church is open from 11 am until 4.30 pm. The church is closed on Wednesday.
HOW DO I CANCEL A RESERVATION?
If it turns out that the timeslot that you have reserved is not convenient, we ask that you cancel your reservation via email@example.com. This will enable us to make that slot available to other visitors again.
DOES M RECEIVE VISITORS WITH REDUCED MOBILITY?
The museum naturally continues to be open to everybody. Wheelchairs are available in the museum, and they are disinfected between each use. If you are bringing a helper, that person can reserve a timeslot on the website for free.
HOW SHOULD I PREPARE FOR MY VISIT?
You will receive confirmation of your reservation via mail. Print it or make sure that you can display it on your smartphone. Please arrive at the museum on time so that we can respect the scheduled visits. It is not possible to visit the museum without prior reservation.
Admittance to Saint Peter’s Church is free and without prior reservation. A maximum of 70 people may visit the church at any one time. If you would like to discover the artworks through the digital experience, we ask that you book a timeslot.
It is not obligatory to wear a mouth mask in the museum or the church because we will ensure that everybody respects the necessary distance. Furthermore, it is important to remember that no lockers are available to store valuable belongings.
HOW WILL WE ENSURE TOGETHER THAT THE VISIT IS SAFE?
We will do our utmost to ensure that everyone can visit M in a pleasant and safe way. We therefore ask that you please observe the following measures.
In addition to these special measures, our visitor regulations continue to apply.