The Design Museum Brussels is dedicated to the design and its history. Created in 2015, the museum was first named the Art & Design Atomium Museum (or Adam). In 2020, the name of the museum changed to the Design Museum Brussels. The museum is located in the North of Brussels, on the plateau of the Heysel, near the Atomium and its creation followed the acquisition by the Atomium of a private collection.
The Museum has a Plastic Design Collection that shows the evolution of the plastic design from 1950 until today. The collection is composed of more than 2000 artworks from known artist like César, Joe Colombo, Verner Panton, Eero and Aarnio.
Next to this first collection, the museum has an exhibition about the Belgian Design, dedicated to the Belgian design and its history.
The museum has also temporary exhibitions to explore other fields of creation and design, and its impacts on the society and our life. Indeed, the main purpose of the Design Museum Brussels is to make design understandable and accessible to everyone though its exhibitions, guided visits, workshops, conferences and events.
How to get to the Design Museum Brussels?
Address: Place de Belgique (French) / Belgiëplein (Dutch) in 1020 Brussels
The Design Museum Brussels is located at 150 m (0.1 mi) from the Atomium, in front of the Hall 5 from the Heysel exhibition park.
The public transport stop Station Heizel / Heysel is located near the museum and it is deserved by metro (line 6), tram (line 7) and bus (line 14 and 83).
More information and prices can be found on the website of the public transport of Brussels: www.stib-mivb.be.
If you come with the car, pay attention that the Design Museum Brussels has no parking and that it is in the Low Emissions Zone of Brussels.
The Museum is open every day from 11:00 until 19:00.
|Adult||€ 10||€ 8|
|Senior +65||€ 8||€ 6|
|Student||€ 8||€ 6|
|Teacher||€ 8||€ 3|
|12 – 18 years||€ 4||€ 6|
|< 11 years, ICOM, |
|€ 0||€ 0|
Get 2€ off with your ticket from:
- CID au Grand – Hornu
- Design Museum Gent
- Fondation Boghossian – Villa Empain
- Train World
- Musée de la photographie (01.04.2022 > 28.08.2022)
More information on: designmuseum.brussels.