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Very intersting exposition about migration

We saw a very good exposition on migration here. It was an eye opener from different perspectives... read more

Reviewed July 25, 2017
Maarten B
Great beginnings

We visited this museum in September and it had only recently opened. It's clearly at an early stage... read more

Reviewed December 27, 2015
Tiddlywinks2013
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25 Jul 2017
“Very intersting exposition about migration”
5 Nov 2016
“Fastest walk through ever. Not worth it.”
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Reviewed July 25, 2017

We saw a very good exposition on migration here. It was an eye opener from different perspectives of immigration. The design part was less spectacular but a nice walkthrough though.

Thank Maarten B
Reviewed November 5, 2016 via mobile

If you pass the building and see the way it is advertised you expect a museum where you can actually spend time while getting to know some more detailed information about the different objects. Well, you receive a paper at the entrance but that's all....More

1  Thank ViviFate
Reviewed June 25, 2016

having some 140 pieces of furniture, mostly chairs with some iconic ones by great designers, does not make it a museum, let alone a good one, and certainly not commensurate with the 10EUR ticket price. The range of exhibits is too small and narrow to...More

1  Thank bellemonde
Reviewed January 26, 2016

I hope this is the right place I visited, it was definetly in this complex on the ground floor and when I visited there was an exhibition on furniture by the greats such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Eames, Corbussier and the Bauhaus greats. I enjoyed...More

Thank Blondenomad94
Reviewed December 27, 2015

We visited this museum in September and it had only recently opened. It's clearly at an early stage of the collection - that said, there were 2 parts we found interesting. First, it was amazing to see how much furniture we use today was created...More

Thank Tiddlywinks2013
Reviewed August 30, 2015 via mobile

We paid 8€ each (student price...) for this "museum" which is actually just a big room. . . The (friendly) staff told us that the museum is new. However that doesn't explain the price... Almost everything can be seen on the attached pictures...

1  Thank RomGal
Reviewed August 1, 2015 via mobile

A new place, opened just 3 weeks ago, with an amazing collection of over 100 iconic objects, very well arranged and displayed. Extremely helpful and knowledgeable staff. Worth a visit!

Thank Maja M
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