For the first time, 60 years of music in the Dutch language is being condensed into a dynamic exhibition, the biggest music exhibition ever in Belgium and a tribute to more than 200 artists and bands from the Netherlands and Belgium.

Long live the music! 60 years of songs from the Low Countries is nostalgic but also novel, unambiguous but also gloriously unexpected, enlightening but also entertaining... and running through it all is a passion for music!

So, brace yourself for a unique musical journey which begins in the 1950s with Bobbejaan Schoepen and ends with living artists like Bart Peeters and Het Zesde Metaal.

Listen, sing and quiz along with us, re-live your youth or admire Luc De Vos’ Jesus guitar, Liesbeth List’s dress and Clouseau’s gold discs. And all interspersed with stories and anecdotes recounted by the exhibition’s curator Jan Delvaux.
Whether you’re into cabaret, pop, hard rock or cool rap, you can align this interactive exhibition to your own musical tastes.

Free for children under 6 years old.
More info: www.langlevedemuziek.be

  • Open from 5 October 2018 until 10 June 2019 from 10 am to 6 pm
  • Closed on Mondays (exceptionally open on Easter Monday and Whit Monday) and on 24, 25, 31 December and 1 January

Price per person (€)

(variable depending on the travel distance)

   van  tot
 Children (6 to 11y)  9,00*  
 Youth (12 to 25y)  18,40  23,90
 Adult (26 to 59y)  20,90  29,40
 Senior (from 60y)  18,40  23,90

Free for children under 6 years old

*A fixed price

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Travelling with the train? A bright idea!

  • an advantageous price: exhibition + bus journey + round trip train journey in 2nd class
  • a surprising sounding exhibition about the history of Dutch music
  • the museum is 10 minutes away from the station Gent-Sint-Pieters with a bus from De Lijn
  • take a bus on lines 1, 4, 34, 35, 36, 55, 57, 58, 65, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77 or 78 to stop "Veergrep" or "Heuvelpoort"