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Red Star Line Museum

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Over miljoenen mensen en één droom. Het Red Star Line Museum vertelt verhalen over migratie vroeger en nu.
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Raman
Raman
February 24, 2020
The Red Star Line used to be a shipping line between Antwerp & New-York. It operated in the years 1871-1935 and carried about 2 million people to the land of opportunity. About a quarter of which were Jews driven out by Nazi Germany. Among them were a few famous people like Albert Einstein. The…
Bert
Bert
January 28, 2020
Very nice museum about the early trip over seas from Antwerp to New York. It also has an amazing point of view over Antwerp
Sofie
Sofie
December 4, 2019
The Red Star Line Museum around the corner invites you on an eventful journey in the footsteps of the emigrants.
Carola
Carola
November 20, 2019
The Red Star Line Museum invites you on an eventful journey in the footsteps of the emigrants. Become acquainted with the Red Star Line passengers and accompany them on their trip from their native village via Antwerp to the new world.
Michèle
Michèle
October 28, 2019
Museum with history of people going to America

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Ubicación
3 Montevideostraat
Antwerpen, Vlaanderen 2000
Teléfono+32 3 298 27 70
Estado del horario de servicioCerrado · Abre a las Tuesday 10:00 AM
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