#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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Visitor information

Dear visitors,

Are you an individual visitor? To make the most of your visit to the museum, we advise you to book via our reservation platform

Wearing a facemask remains recommended when it’s very busy in the museum.

22.09.22: The museum is exceptionally closed all day.

 

For groups: reservation is required via our online form.

Thank you for your understanding and enjoy your visit.

News

Super Saint Gudula

05.05.22 > 04.09.22

Take a seat on the stairs and push the button! The sculpture of Saint Gudula, dating from the 17th century, comes to life right before your eyes.
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Flower carpet 2022

12.08.22 > 15.08.22

In 2022, the flower carpet makes its grand return! An event familiar to all Brussels residents but also worldwide. This new edition pays homage tribute to the very first flower carpet in the history of the capital.
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Heritage days

17.09.22 > 18.09.22

On Heritage Days, admission to the Brussels City Museums is free. This year, the focus is on the traces of the colonial past. Discover a part of Belgian history through a number of little-known works.
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