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Maritime open-air museum Boeienweide

The story of the Boeienweide starts in 1960 when the training ship 'Mercator' is taken out of... read more

Reviewed 1 December 2017
R1595PCjohnt
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Southampton, United Kingdom
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The only good thing left here is the view of Antwerp from the left bank of the Schelde. You can't... read more

Reviewed 3 August 2016
bpox
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Antwerp Province, Belgium
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1 Dec 2017
“Maritime open-air museum Boeienweide”
24 Dec 2016
“Shipping equipment in a meadow”
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Reviewed 1 December 2017

The story of the Boeienweide starts in 1960 when the training ship 'Mercator' is taken out of service. In 1961, Prince Albert inaugurated the ship as a museum on the Left Bank. A year later, the meadow around the ship is also used as a...More

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Reviewed 24 December 2016

This 'buoys meadow' is a meadow with scattered pieces of shipping and harbour equipment, such as anchors, buoys, and things I could not identify. Access is free, and it is always open. If there were descriptions, I missed them in the dark. As other raters...More

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Reviewed 3 August 2016

The only good thing left here is the view of Antwerp from the left bank of the Schelde. You can't really call this a museum. It's in open air and you can find old buoys, anchors and some cannons. Most or rusty and need some...More

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Reviewed 19 July 2015

The small outside museum is located just north of Annatunnel. There are some old buoys, anchors and similar items on display and there is also a playground located here. If you are taking a walk with small children in the Annatunnel you can also visit...More

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