The Brussels City Museum is eager to welcome and accommodate as far as possible the needs of the general public. It will do its utmost to facilitate accessibility to people with or special needs.
However, as the building is listed,
If you would like more information on access to the museum, do not hesitate to contact the Public Services Department (02.279.23.60/ firstname.lastname@example.org).
The museum also offers special guided tours which you can find out more about below.
The Brussels City Museum invites deaf and hearing-impaired visitors to take part in a tour in sign language specially designed for this audience.
Our guide Sébastien will show you the history of Brussels, the development of the city, the Grand-Place and the museum’s masterpiece, the King’s House, through the works of art and anecdotes.
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This tour, adapted for the blind and visually impaired, provides a few historical and artistic keys to Brussels. Our guide talks about the magnificent Maison du Roi, which houses the museum, Saint Michael, the city’s patron saint, the art of tapestry, the often overlooked episode of the 1695 bombardment, not forgetting the original statue of Manneken-Pis on the top floor of the museum.
The Brussels City Museum strives to make its collections accessible to all visitors. Tailor-made Brussels offers a tour of the museum adapted to groups of visitors with special needs or disabilities. Our guides tailor their explanations to the specific needs of each group, so as to offer a unique experience. Contact us for a personalised tour.