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  • Antwerp’s Red Star Line Museum has received one of the five Special Commendations from the European Museum of the Year 2015 in the Riverside Museum in Glasgow
  • The Red Star Line Museum in Belgium is preparing a travelling exhibition through the United States which will open at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum on May 26 2016.
  • Story
    Do you have a story that is related to the history of the Red Star Line, a Red Star Line passenger, or to past or contemporary migration? We want to hear it!
  • Pliny's Sorrow (Foto Dries Luyten)
    Pliny’s Sorrow is an impressive bronze sculpture by the Flemish artist Johan Creten, who lives in Paris. This sculpture is on permanent public display at the Rijnkaai.
  • 22 October 2015 - 18:30
    Individual visitors, Adult education
    Are you teaching evening classes for non-native speakers? Are you coaching an integration training programme? You and your students are very welcome at the Red Star Line Museum for a late night visit!
  • The Red Star Line Museum invites you on an exciting voyage. Discover the story of the shipping company, the city of Antwerp and its harbour. Above all, discover the emigrants’ stories. Perhaps it is your story too. You may recognise yourself in a person; you might recognise a place, a voyage, an arrival or departure, maybe even a new beginning. Welcome aboard!
  • Book your ticket in advance to ensure that you can visit the museum on your chosen date. When the maximum number of visitors is reached, we can not give you access to the museum without reservation. Book your ticket here.
  • The Red Star Line sheds were the stepping stone to a new life in the United States and Canada. Dreams were made or broken here: who is allowed to leave, who must stay.