Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

Rue de la Régence 3 Regentschapsstraat - 1000 Brussels

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Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

  • Railway station at 500 m
  • Maestro
  • Visa/MasterCard
General

General

  • B-Excursions
  • Magritte Museum: the world's largest collection of works by the Belgian surrealist

  • Fin-de-Siècle Museum: Ensor, Khnopff, Spilliaert and all the atmosphere of Brussels in the late 1900's

  • Old Masters Museum: 15th to 18th-century masterpieces by Bruegel, Rubens, Jordaens, Hals, David, etc.

  • Modern Museum (curators' choice): a hand-picked selection of the finest 20th and 21st-century works.
Practical information

Practical information

Information for individuals

  • Opening times
    Monday (Magritte Museum) to Friday: 10.00 - 17.00 • Weekends: 11.00 - 18.00 • Closed Mondays (Fin-de-Siècle, Old Masters and Modern Museums) and 2nd Thursday of January - 01/01 - 01/05 - 01/11 - 11/11 and 25/12
  • Price
    adults €10 - 65+ €8 - students / children (<26) / disabled / unemployed (with valid ID): €3 - (<19) : free • Free on every first Wednesday of the month from 13.00 • Combined tickets with Magritte Museum: adults €15 - 65+ €10 - (<26) €5 - (<19) : free
  • Guided tour

    Audio guide: €4 (EN, FR, NL, DE, ES, IT, KO) also for children and adolescents • Pocket guide: Fin-de-Siècle and Old Masters: €4 (EN, FR, NL) • Quotes from Magritte: €4 (EN, FR, NL, DE, ES)

  • Tour length

    Min. 1 1/2 hrs

Information for groups

  • Price
    Per group (15 people): adults €180 / WE €200 - schools €105 / WE €115 • Visits EN, DE, ES, IT, RU, JA, EL : + €12.50 (15 pers.)
  • Guided tour
    With official Museum guides only in EN, FR, NL, DE, ES, IT, RU, JA, EL and sign language • reservation@fine-arts-museum.be • Tel. 02/508.33.33 (Tue-Fri, 10.00-12.00 and 14.00-16.00)
  • Information
    "Made to Measure" visits: Comet (people with a mental or physical disability), Equinox (the blind and visually impaired), Sign Language (the deaf and hearing impaired), Sesame (ocial and socio-cultural associations)
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Itinerary

  • By train: Central Station • Metro: Lines 1-5 ("Parc" or "Gare Centrale" station) • Tram: Lines 92 - 94 ("Royale" stop) • Bus: Lines 27 - 38 - 71 - 95 ("Royale" stop): Lines 29 - 63 - 65 - 66 ("Parc" or "Gare Centrale" stop) • Car parks: Albertine (Rue des Sols Place de la Justice) - Deux Portes (Rue de Namur Boulevard de Waterloo) - Poelaert (Place Poelaert)
Events

Events

  • 2020
    May
    02
    2020
    May
    03
    Charles Baudelaire : N’importe où, hors de ce monde !
    Charles Baudelaire : N’importe où, hors de ce monde !
    • Price

      Normal: 15,00 € - Jeunes: 12,00 €

    Associer des œuvres d’art présentes dans les musées avec des textes de la littérature, voilà de quoi rafraîchir notre regard. Amusea apporte à ce dialogue l’expérience d’artistes musiciens et comédiens et propose au public une découverte inattendue des œuvres exposées à travers des promenades thématiques. C’est à un voyage à travers les espaces infinis des univers conjugués des peintres et des poètes que nous vous invitons. Laissez-vous emmener et vivez une expérience inédite ! Plus d’infos sur : www.amusea.com

  • 2020
    Oct
    16
    2021
    Jan
    17
    Ai Weiwei
    Ai Weiwei
    • Opening times

      16/10/2020 - 17/01/2021: * monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday and sunday: closed

    Ai Weiwei is today one of the world’s most internationally influential artists, known for the vast scale of his works and for his sense of staging. Each of his interventions receives extensive media coverage worldwide. Through art, Ai Weiwei opens up debates about contemporary issues in society. His works demonstrate his commitment to individual freedom.