Found in a former waterside warehouse in the on‐trend area of Zuid south of Antwerp city center, FoMu first opened in 1986 but moved to its current home in 2004. Its clean, white lines are perfect for presenting a series of temporary photographic exhibitions sourced from its own collections, which are among the most important in Europe. Treasures in the collection include images by Henri Cartier‐Bresson and Man Ray, while recent shows have included the hard‐hitting pictures of photographic journalists Broomberg & Chanarin, who examine racial tensions and colonialism in their work. Daily movie screenings curated by Cinema Zuid are held on the premises as well as workshops and lectures.
Waalsekaai 47. Opening hours Tues-Sun 10am-6pm. Admission costs adults €8, seniors and students €4 and those under 26 €3. It is free for children under 18. Best accessed on bus No. 30 to Waterpoort; free car parking on Gedempte Zuiderdokken.