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Van Eyck in Depth

Friction and harmony through the eyes of architects and artists
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Free visit Botanical Garden

PLEASE NOTE: The outdoor garden is free to visit on weekdays from 1 September 2020. For a (free) visit to the greenhouses, you have to book a time slot online (...
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Visit Botanical Garden

Discover the outdoor garden and greenhouses of this special green science gem in the middle of the city
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Museum visit - GUM

Discover the new science museum in the middle of the Ghent Botanical Garden, around the corner from S.M.A.K. and MSK Ghent.
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Summer 2020 in the Botanical Garden

The Ghent University Botanical Garden officially reopens to visitors on Monday 6 July. Until then, the Garden will remain closed, allowing Ghent University to f...
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Research into/using the collections

The GUM can draw on an enormous variety of items for its permanent and temporary exhibitions. Together, they form the academic heritage collection of the GUM an...
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School registration

Activities for primary schools - Botanical garden Around the world in 80 minutes - Tour Champions  - Tour Plant Cluedo - WorkshopActivities for secondary educat...
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Opening month GUM - Sunday 4 October

Below you can explore the menus and à la carte activities on Sunday 4 October. All of these activities are free. We therefore encourage everyone to show up if y...
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The special collections of the GUM and Ghent University

From a Tasmanian Tiger to a Dogon mask, the first Bakelite and a cork model of the Pantheon to a biomimetic model of a seahorse tail... The GUM can draw on an e...
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GUM history

A collection as old as the university Ghent University was founded in 1817 by William I, King of the Netherlands. To enhance the education offered, William I do...
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