Guided visit to the Ghent City Museum (STAM)

When
21-03-2019 from 14:20 to 16:00
Where
STAM, Godshuizenlaan 2
Language
English
Organizer
Martine De Reu
Contact
Martine.DeReu@ugent.be
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The Ghent City Museum (STAM) is your gateway to the city. The fourteenth-century abbey, the seventeenth-century monastery and adjoining infirmary, the twentieth-century gatehouse and the new twenty-first-century extension introduce you to the history of Ghent. A permanent exhibition leads visitors along a chronological trail of objects and multimedia and explains the development and growth of Ghent.

 

Practical information:

  • we meet at 14:20 at the entrance of the museum (Bijlokesite, Godshuizenlaan)
  • there will be 2 English-speaking guides for the temporary exhibition
  • the tour lasts 1 hour and 15 minutes. Afterwards the students are free to explore the museum on their own. The museum closes at 17:00.
  • cost: free (paid for by the Low Countries Studies programme)
  • bags or bagpacks must be stored in a locker, for which you need a coin of 1 EUR. The coin is restituted upon opening the locker
  • limited number of participants: 40 (2 groups of 20)