Church of St Andrew

Interesting
This late-Gothic church was built by the Augustinians in the early 16C in a quarter that was already popular, and today has fashion boutiques and antique shops. Inside, the Baroque dominates. The masterpiece is a magnificent pulpit (1821) by J.-B. Van Hool and J.-F. Van Geel, representing the calling of St Andrew and his brother St Peter. Note also the monument to Mary Queen of Sots and the marble statue of St Peter (1658) by Artus Quellin the Elder.

Useful information

Address : 

St-Andriesstraat 5 Antwerpen

Phone:

+32 3 232 03 84

Opening hours

Apr-Oct: 9am-noon, 2pm-5pm; rest of year: daily except Sun 9am-noon, Sat 10am-noon - no charge - €1 museum

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