The MIAT is in the centre of Ghent, walking distance from St James’ Church (Sint-Jacobskerk).
In the centre follow the P route to car park 1 on the Vrijdagmarkt.
Continue on foot along Baudelostraat until you reach Baudelokaai at the end. Turn left to the Minnemeers.
There is one parking space for the disabled in front of the museum.
By public transport
The MIAT is walking distance from Gent-Dampoort railway station.
Walk to the end of Dampoortstraat and cross the bridge. Turn right and follow the water to the museum.
Or take bus No. 3 Steendam stop, or bus No. 38 or 39 Sint-Jacobs stop.
From Gent-Sint-Pieters railway station, take tram No. 4 Gent-Sluizeken stop or bus No. 55, 57 or 58 Sint-Jacobs stop.
Warning: due to several road works, it may occur that some routes are diverted. Please check the Route Planner De Lijn for the latest updates. Click on Slimweg for a detailed list of the number of busses and trains per hour.
Free travel to the MIAT with De Lijn
DynamoOPWEG allows groups of schoolchildren (max. 30 pupils) to travel off-peak on regular busses and trams to local ‘culture links’, thereby enabling more children and young people and their teachers to participate in educational activities. The MIAT is a recognized ‘culture link’.
DynamoOPWEG meets a genuine need because getting around can be a real barrier for many schools when it comes to taking part in cultural activities outside the school. To request a day pass to transport a school group to the MIAT, go to http://www.dynamo3.be and follow a few simple steps.
To find out more about art and culture at school, go to www.canoncultuurcel.be.
Access for everyone
The museum is fully accessible to wheelchair-users. There is one parking space for the disabled in front of the museum. The museum can provide light, portable seat sticks for visitors with impaired mobility.
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