No. An overview of entrance fees can be found via this link
Is the 50% reduction on a train ticket under Anna Boch only valid on the Belgian rail network?
I live abroad, can I enjoy the 50% reduction for the Anna Boch train ticket?
Yes, you can buy a ticket from a valid Belgian railway station to Ostend and back. To do this, you first reserve an admission ticket to the Anna Boch exhibition via muzee.be. With the code found on the ticket, you can book your train ticket with a 50% reduction via this SNCB link.
Station - Mu.ZEE
The station is within walking distance of the museum (<1 km).
Is there a bus service to Mu.ZEE?
Mu.ZEE is within walking distance of the station. From the station you can take bus number 6 in the direction of Raversijde (stop: Sint-Jozefkerk in Alfons Pieterslaan). A nice alternative is the coastal tram with a stop at Marie Joséplein or at Ostend Station.
Is Mu.ZEE accessible to people with reduced mobility?
The museum is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility, except for a raised platform in the exhibition Anna Boch. The accessibility of this platform will be addressed in the renovation works that are going to take place at the museum from 2024. There are ramps to the platform, but they are not suitable for every wheelchair. We apologise for the inconvenience. The other museum rooms are easily accessible via lifts or small ramps.
Wheelchairs are available at reception. Reserve a wheelchair via firstname.lastname@example.org. Folding chairs are also available on each floor. People with disabilities and their companion have free entrance to the museum.
Is Mu.ZEE accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing?
The educational non-profit making organisation mu-zee-um has developed an app for the deaf and hard of hearing in the Ensor and Spilliaert Wing. You can request it via www.mu-zee-um.be – email@example.com.
People with disabilities and their companion have free entrance to the museum.
Is Mu.ZEE accessible to the blind and partially-sighted?
Mu.ZEE regularly provides guided tours for the blind and partially-sighted. You can find more information here.
People with disabilities and their companion have free entrance to the museum. Guide dogs are allowed in the museum rooms.
Are dogs allowed in the museum?
Only guide dogs are allowed in the museum.
Mu.ZEE regularly organises activities for different ages: family tours and workshops, art days for children, guided tours, holiday camps, birthday parties, etc.
The Mu.ZEE café is at your service during the museum's opening hours. Whether you want to start the day early in the morning with a delicious coffee, or crave a refreshing drink in the afternoon after exploring the exhibitions, our café guarantees hospitality and tasty treats throughout the day.
Have a picnic
Picnics are not permitted in the museum. It is possible to have a picnic at Chalet Minigolf in the Leopold Park (5 minutes from the museum), provided that beverages are consumed. Contact https://www.chalet-minigolf.be/home
As the person responsible for an association, class, company, etc., I want to organise a day in Ostend / Jabbeke.
Mu.ZEE does not offer day packages: the museum organizes various activities, whether or not in combination - click here.
Tourism Ostend offers an extensive range of day packages. Contact
Mu.ZEE has a well-stocked museum shop where you can buy publications, postcards and fun things for yourself or as a gift. A selection is on sale in the webstore
Of course! You can choose from ticket and museum shop gift vouchers.
Mu.ZEE does not have a garden, but a dyke and beach are a stone's throw away, with the pleasant Leopold Park in between.
The library at Mu.ZEE only collects publications on modern and contemporary art. This makes it unique as an art library.
The library is free to visit on Tuesday from 10 am – 1 pm Thursday from 10 am – 1 pm On other weekdays the library can be visited by appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org Closed on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays.
The library is closed between Christmas and New Year.
Can I contact the museum for the evaluation of an artwork?
The museum does not conduct evaluations and recommends contacting recognised auction houses for this purpose.
I would like to make a donation to the museum. Is this possible?