Molens van Orshoven and the silos along the VaartkomStapelhuisstraat 13 - 15
Contact and opening hours
0474 22 70 54
From september 2021:
11u - 13u // 14u - 19u
9u - 12u // 13u - 17u
Tine Pinceel & Omar Shaikhani
016 27 42 28
0477 98 47 77
Algemene vragen – email@example.com
De Batterij – firstname.lastname@example.org
Chiel Van Nerum
Algemene vragen: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
UCLL Techniek- en WetenschapsAcademie: email@example.com
8u - 22u
Contact residenties: Jasper Tweepenninckx firstname.lastname@example.org 0475/38.61.40
Contact open atelier: Sammy Ben Yakoub email@example.com 0485/35.96.31
Because of the current Covid measures, maakleerplek is working behind closed doors for the time being We will keep you posted as to when we will be able to open our doors again as soon as this is the case.
maakleerplek is a mere 10-minute walk from Leuven railway station, which means we are easy to reach by train. Coming in by bus? Alight at the Engels plein bus stop, right behind the new port building. maakleerplek is situated right across the canal.
The maakleerplek site has a large bicycle parking space. There is also space for larger bikes and little people carriers.
Parking your car
Unable to reach maakleerplek by public transport or by bike? You can park your car at:
Kiss & ride zone
At the parking tweewaters, all car owners may station their car free of charge for the first fifteen minutes. This allows the car park to be used as a kiss & ride area.
maakleerplek aspires to be as public and as accessible as possible given the context of its temporary existence. If you are planning to visit us or you have any questions you would like to see answered ahead of your visit, please do not hesitate to give us a call at 016 27 40 60.
For visitors with reduced mobility, there is a drop-off space right in front of the entrance.
Thanks to a lift, all spaces and floors at the Molens van Orshoven are accessible to all. Various parts of the building are accessible by elevator.
maakleerplek is temporarily housed in a former factory building. Sadly, the silos and the inner court years of the Molens van Orshoven are less well adapted to the needs of visitors with reduced mobility.