Travel directions

By train

Gent-Dampoort station is nearby, just a 10-minute walk away. The Antwerp-Poperinge, Antwerp-Ostend, Antwerp-De Panne and Eeklo-Ronse lines all stop here. If you’re coming by train from another city, you can easily find this station from Gent-Sint-Pieters.

Plan your train journey easily via the website of the NMBS >

By bus

The closest stop is Gent Stapelplein, less than 100 metres away from meemoo’s office. The number 5 and 8 buses stop here.

You can also alight at Gent-Dampoort. Buses 3, 5, 6, 17, 18, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77 and 78 stop here.

Plan your bus journey easily via the website of De Lijn >

By foot from Gent-Dampoort to Ham 175

Our office is just a 10-minute walk away from Gent-Dampoort station. From the station’s main entrance, cross the roundabout to Dok Zuid. Do this safely by walking straight ahead and using the zebra crossings parallel to the train tracks (the viaduct). Then turn left and go over the bridge to cross the water. You are now on the R40 or Dok Zuid. Use the zebra crossing to cross the road and turn right. Then follow the route parallel to the water until you arrive at Kraankindersstraat (on your left side). Walk along this street until you see De Centrale and turn right into this road. This is Ham. Meemoo’s office is no. 175.

By bike

Coming by bike? You’re welcome to use our covered bike racks.

By car

Prefer to come by car? Please note that Ham is a one-way street. The easiest way to reach us is to turn from the R40 at the level of Stapelplein to the Désiré Fievéstraat, where you immediately turn left to enter Ham. The meemoo office is situated just before the next intersection on the right side, next to the Franz Gustav restaurant. You can park for free in our private car park, where there’s space for up to 25 cars. If it’s full, you can park on the street for €6 per day.

Our office is situated very close to the small ring road around Ghent and just inside the low-emission zone (LEZ). Not sure if you’re allowed in? Do the test.

There are also roadworks taking place at Gent-Dampoort (link in Dutch) from May 2021 which will last for two years. Dampoort remains open but the works are likely to cause severe disruption, so allow a little more time for your journey.