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Museum Night Light

Finally! After a postponement in December, Museum Night in Ghent exceptionally returns in March with a more modest edition. On Thursday 3 March, eleven museums...
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Museum Shop

We won’t reveal exactly what you’ll find in the Museum Shop, but we promise a surprising range of irresistible ‘Art & Science’ items with a twist. Just what you...
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The Botanical Garden for higher education

Below you will find our offer for secondary education in the Botanical Garden. Would you like to book? Then click on the button below the programme of your choi...
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Getting here

On footIt is a 10-minute walk from Gent-Sint-Pieters railway station to the GUM. Follow Koningin Astridlaan to Citadel Park. Walk through or along the edge of C...
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Vacancies & internships

StaffOur team of employees is currently complete and there are no vacancies for new colleagues.Keep an eye on this page and our social media channels or subscri...
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The GUM for teachers

The GUM supports secondary school teachers in several ways:Several times a year, the GUM organises tours for teachers in which they can get to know the museum a...
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Practical details for school visits

Number of participantsGroups can have a maximum of 20 pupils. We prefer to groups to have no more than 15 pupils in order to ensure a comfortable and high-quali...
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Accessibility

The GUM is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility:The reception is easily accessible. A lowered zone is available so that we can communicate face to f...
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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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History of Ghent’s Botanical Garden

Born in 1797Ghent’s Botanical Garden has existed for more than 200 years. After the Southern Netherlands were conquered by Napoleon in 1794, Ghent became the ca...
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