Dear visitors,

Our teams welcome you from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., in compliance with the rules of social distancing and hygiene measures.

Mask obligatory from 12 years on.

The reservation of your visit is compulsory via our reservation platform. You must purchase your entrance ticket on site and via electronic means.

The museum will be offering guided tours again (please consult the terms and conditions).

Thank you for your understanding and enjoy your visit!

Friday 03.10.20


The Brussels’museums are making their COMEBACK with a long weekend of events to lighten up all moods.

Gothic <> Modernity

17.00 > 22.00

is an interactive digital installation at the Maison du Roi that offers an extraordinary new perspective on the Saint Michael weather vane, through a unique multi-media experience of the vane and its anchoring point.

Reservation Required

Sunday 04.10.20

First Sunday of the month

First Sunday of the month

Every first Sunday of the month, the Museum opens its doors for free and offers a guided tour. 

The reservation of your visit is compulsory via our reservation platform.


From 10 > 18.10.20

Brussels Biennale - Neoclassic

 Brussels Biennale - Neoclassic
From the turn of the 19th century, the neo-Gothic style began to shape the urban landscape of Brussels. Sober and elegant, it reached its peak during the Dutch period and the first decades of our country's independence. The museum will take you on a journey of discovery, through works such as old maps, to uncover this style which has deeply marked the city. 

Practical information: 
- Reduced rates for holders of a Brussels Biennale Neoclassic pass (BBN): € 6
- Booking required via our reservationplatform

Saturday 17 October 2020
- 16:00 : Images of the neoclassical city: guided tour (45 mins)
- Booking required via Brussels Biennale Neoclassic