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Plan your visit

Here is everything you need to know to make the most of your visit to the Museum Mayer van den Bergh.

A safe museum visit

You can now visit the Mayer van den Bergh Museum again. Discover Fritz Mayer van den Bergh’s breathtaking collection and his connoisseur’s eye for beauty. The health and safety of our visitors and our staff is paramount, so we will ensure safe surroundings for your visit. We also ask you to take a number of measures into account. We look forward to seeing you very soon!

Museum Mayer van den Bergh: always open online

The museum is always open online. Find out all about Fritz Mayer van den Bergh and his admiration for Bruegel, take our ‘Madonna Meets Mad Meg’ audio tour, or discover the key masterpieces in our collection.

Finding your way round the museum

Find out what resources the museum offers to make your visit a richer experience.

Antwerp Museum App

Your personal guide to Antwerp’s museums and around the city

Antwerp’s museums offer a wealth of art and history. The Antwerp Museum App is a handy guide which will help you explore those treasures. The app is full of invaluable information and interesting guided tours in the museums and around the city.

Fritz Mayer van den Bergh

The museum bears the name of Fritz Mayer van den Bergh, a man of means, art connoisseur and eminent collector. Who was he? What role does his mother play in the story? What did he collect? And where does Pieter Bruegel come into it all?

Foto: Ans Brys

Discover Bruegel

At the Museum Mayer van den Bergh you will come face to face with the work of the great Pieter Bruegel. The fascination of his wonderful painting Mad Meg is endless.

Masterpiece by Van Eyck added to ‘Madonna Meets Mad Meg’

Jan van Eyck’s little panel with the Madonna at the Fountain has been added to our exhibition Madonna Meets Mad Meg. Along with Fouquet’s Madonna, the painting is a masterpiece that found its way into the collection of the Royal Museum of Fine Art in Antwerp (KMSKA) through the collector Florent van Ertborn.