't Gasthuys - Stedelijk Museum Aalst

Oude Vismarkt 13, 9300 Aalst • www.aalst.be
Tel: 053 72 36 02 • museum@aalst.be

The Stedelijk Museum Aalst, housed in the old Gasthuys, a historic building in the city centre, tells the story of the city and the region.

Did you know that Dirk Martens was the very first printer in Belgium (1473), that landscape painter Valerius de Saedeleer was born in Aalst, that the political and social fight of priest Daens started in Aalst, that Louis Paul Boon described his native town in his books in detail? These stories, as well as an evocation of the well-known carnival in Aalst, are all told at ’t Gasthuys –Stedelijk Museum Aalst.


Free of charge


From Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 17.00 • Saturdays and Sundays from 14.00 to 18.00 • Closed on Mondays and public holidays • Free of charge



Rates for individual visitors can be found in the ‘prices’ section (see above)
Individuals and families
Until the age of 12 years

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