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I regret I am unable to give a full review of the Red Star Line museum because it was under renovation when my wife and I arrived at the main door by taxi on 13 September. The sign on the door said "closed for renovations,...More
I didn't really expect so much of the visit, but it was actually quite an entertaining museum due to the many details and stories woven in. In some ways it was a bit much display and little 'experience', and the many videos are a bit...More
This is a great experiential museum that shows the flow of immigrants who departed from Belgium to North America. Not just Belgians, but all the people who flowed here from Europe and I think North Africa. Great for kids and adults.
Learn about the deportation and importation in the early 20th century of those travelling to the United States. Fantastic graphical presentations, art work and artefacts with old photos of the sailings and passengers. Cafe inside. Typical clean and modern layout from Belgium. Sighted in an...More
Antwerp is a port city and this excellent museum looks at a slice of that history. The Red Star Line shipped people to the US in the early part of last century and here you can view the history and stories of the people that...More
This museum is having a good collection of real artifacts there. Which are real and dazzled to look at. Story of how thousands from different places left for USA from Antwerp. The story n history is mesmerizing. If u visit Belgium. You should go to...More
Who knew there was such an innovative and unique museum documenting the many thousands of people who left the continent to try to make a new life for themselves. I had never heard of the Red Star Line before but in thinking through the emigration...More