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History of Science collection

History of Science collection

Museum for the History of Sciences

History of Science collection

Museum for the History of Sciences

Nothing can stop the advance of science, and it is continually evolving. This is wonderfully illustrated by an extensive collection of scientific instruments used at the university over the past 200 years.

Opening hours

  • W 17/01  >  >
  • T 18/01  >  >
  • F 19/01  >  >
  • S 20/01 closed
  • S 21/01 closed
  • M 22/01  >  >
  • T 23/01  >  >
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Pricing

Basic price
€2.50
Accessible with a CityCard Gent
€0.00
Reduction student
€1.50
Reductietarief +60 jaar
€1.50
Reduction -18 years
€0.00
Reduction groups
€1.50
Guide/supervisor
€70.00
Reduction student
€0.00
studenten Associatie UGent

Contact

Collectie Geschiedenis van de Wetenschappen

Krijgslaan 281 (gebouw S30)
9000 Gent
Tel.: +32-92644930
Fax: +32-92644973
Stadsplan: -

Publication

Visitor’s city guide Ghent

Visitor’s city guide Ghent

Please feel free to browse through this guide and get to know our city a little better.

Public transport

Krijgslaan

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