#Masterpieces

La Maison du Roi (The King’s House)

The most important work in our collection is undoubtedly the building that houses the museum. It is called “Maison du Roi” in French and “Broodhuis” in Dutch. This neo-Gothic building, as we know it today, dates back to the last quarter of the 19th century. Its unparalleled history perfectly reflects the heritage of the city.
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Covid-19 info

Dear visitors,

To visit the museum, you must present your Covid Safe Ticket as well as proof of identity. Preferably digitally.
The Covid Safe Ticket is compulsory from 16 years old.

Wearing a mask is compulsory from 10 years old.

The reservation of your visit is recommanded via our reservation platform

 

For groups

Reservation is required via our online form.

School groups are not subject to the CST presentation. However, students, teachers and accompanying persons must wear a mask in the museum.

 

Closing

25/12, 01/01: The museum is closed
24/12 & 31/12: The museum closes its doors at 4 pm

 

The Brussels City Museum has obtained the Brussels Health Safety Label

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