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HOW TO GET HERE

public transport
WITH PUBLIC TRANSPORT

The Museum of Industry is located at about 15 minutes walking distance from the Gent-Dampoort train station. Walk to the end of Dampoortstraat and cross the Sint-Jorisbrug. Turn right and continue to follow the water on your right until you reach the museum. View the route description here.

From Gent-Dampoort you can also take bus 3, 38 or 39 until Steendam (or Sint-Jacobs). When coming from the Gent-Sint-Pieters train station, you can either take bus 55 or 58 to Ottogracht (or Sint-Jacobs) or tram 4 to Sluizeken. Calculate your itinerary via the route planner of De Lijn.

P+R car parks
BY CAR TO A P+R CAR PARK

If you want to park for a longer period of time, you can do so for free at one of the park-and-ride car parks outside the low emission zone. The P + R parking Weba / Decathlon (200 places) is closest to the museum and also has a free shuttle service to Sint-Jacobs. If you have a folding bicycle, you can cycle from this parking to the museum in about 10 minutes.

car parks
BY CAR TO A CAR PARK DOWNTOWN

The nearest paid car park is Parking Vrijdagmarkt (648 spaces). Remember that you can only enter Ghent via certain routes. Check your route in advance. Moreover, the city center of Ghent is a low emission zone (LEZ). Therefore, always check whether your vehicle is allowed in or not. 

coach
BY COACH

Coaches can let passengers board and disembark near the museum, but are not allowed to park there. The nearest parking for coaches is at the Gent-Dampoort train station (24 places). From there, it is about a 15 minute walk to the museum. Click here for more info. 

Remember that buses and coaches must also meet the requirements of the low emission zone in Ghent's city center.

reduced mobility
PARKING FOR PEOPLE WITH REDUCED MOBILITY

In front of the museum, there's one parking space available for people with reduced mobility. Wheelchair users can reach the main entrance of the museum via an inclined plane next to NTGent. 


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