The Brussels City Museum (French: Musée de la ville de Bruxelles / Dutch: Museum van de Stad Brussel) is dedicated to the folklore and history of the city of Brussels from its origin until today. The museum is composed of paintings, sculptures, tapestries, engravings, pictures and models (including one of the city in the Middle Ages). A room of the Museum is also dedicated to the 900 costumes of Manneken-pis.
The Brussels City Museum is located on the Grand Place in the King’s House / Bread House (French: Maison du Roi / Dutch: Broodhuis), just in front of the Town Hall. This neo-Gothic building from the last quarter of the 19th is also one the most important work of the collection of the museum. So the building by himself deserve the visit.
How to get to the Brussels City Museum?
Address: Grand Place
The Grand Place is located at the center of Brussels. The tower of the Town Hall located on the Square makes it easy to find. The Square is located near the public transport stop of Central Station, Grand Place and Bourse.
|Tuesday to Sunday||10:00 – 17:00|
The Museum is closed on the 1st January, 1st May, 1st November, 11th November and 25th December.
|Senior (+65 year)||€ 6|
|European Disability Card||€ 4|
Living wage recipient
|Residents and staff of the City of Brussels *|
Professional guides and speakers* MuseumPassmusées *
Members of the Commission “International Police Association”
The ticket gives also access to the GardeRobe MannekenPis located at the rue du Chêne 19 (French) / Eikstraat 19 (Dutch), which is at 5 by walk from the Grand Place.
The entry to the museum is free every first Sunday of the month.
Groups (≥ 12 people)
|Groups without guide||€ 6 / person|
|Groups (weekend and evening)||€ 90 + € 6 /person|
|Groups (week)||€ 75 + € 6 / person|
|Schools groups and social organisations||€ 50|
Reservation is mandatory via the group form.