Expo :: Heeren, vertrekt!
On Tuesday, May 19, the doors of our expo will open again!
The expo will be extended until April 5th, 2021.
Gentlemen, take off!
The exhibition 'Heeren, vertrekt! In de kop van de Koers' (Gentlemen, take off! At the head of the race.) is both entertaining and compelling. Learn more about what drives road racers in a surprising setting. Taste the euphoria of victory that Flandrien, Roger Decock, felt in Paris-Nice in 1951, the panic that the legendary doctor Yvan Vanmol must have experienced when Johan Museeuw crashed in Wallers Forest and hold your breath like Corinne Poulidor did when Mathieu van der Poel cracked spectacularly during the most recent World Championships.
A new inspirience exhibition of Historische Huizen Gent in collaboration with Jelle Vermeersch (journalist-photographer and co-founder of the cycling magazine Bahamontes), Koers (the Museum of Cycle Racing) and Flanders Classics.
The audio guide is included in the admission and is available in Dutch, French and English.
Groups of at least 15 people
Teachers who show a teacher’s card
Members of the circle of friends In Monte Blandinio
Holders of an Uitpas region Ghent
Students aged 19 to 25 years old on presentation of a valid student card
Children from 13 to 18 years old
Ghent residents aged 19 to 25 years old on presentation of a valid student card
Holders of an Uitpas region Ghent with right to special rates
Fonds voor Vrijetijdsparticipatie
Children up to 12 years old
Ghent youngsters up to 18 years old
Pupils of primary and secondary schools in Ghent*
Ghent residents on Sunday morning from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and during the Ghent Festivities
Helpers for persons with a disability
Group supervisors (at least 15 people)
Members of a guide association recognised by the Flemish Tourist Board (‘Toerisme Vlaanderen’) who show a guide card
Members of the Flemish Museum Association and of ICOM
Citycard and Museumpas
Press workers who show a valid press card and by appointment
*Free access, but online reservation is requiredTickets