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In order to prepare your visit as well as possible, we suggest that you carefully read the instructions below before booking your tickets, in order to make the most of your experience!


  • After purchasing your ticket, refunds are unfortunately not possible.

  • Some artworks may be temporarily invisible to the public. To check the access and location of an artwork, click on “Collections” tab (artist and title) or head to our Database.

 

  • Tickets at discounted rate can be bought online. You will receive a voucher that you can exchange for an entrance ticket at the desk office.

  • Unfortunately, the MuseumPassMusée is not valid for our museums.


  • The answers to your questions about our visitor policy can be found here, and here for COVID-19 security measures.

  •  Travelling art works: For the "Magritte/Renoir" exhibition, which takes place in the Orsay and Orangerie museums (Paris) in partnership with the RMFAB, shows seventeen works by Magritte, which are exceptionally on loan until mid-July. See the list here.    


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1st wednesday afternoon of the month
REGENTSCHAPSSTRAAT 3 RUE DE LA RÉGENCE Book here your free ticket for the first Wednesday afternoon of the month. Take a stroll, get some fresh air, go around the block... at the museum. The collections of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium cover the period from the 15th century to the present day. They offer an extensive overview of Western art history and house several remarkable ensembles of works by Southern Dutch and Belgian artists. Attention; Access to temporary exhibitions not included
Art Day for kids
REGENTSCHAPSSTRAAT 3 RUE DE LA RÉGENCE This activity only takes place in French & Dutch. For more information, please go to the French or Dutch version of this page.
Broodje Brussel
REGENTSCHAPSSTRAAT 3 RUE DE LA RÉGENCE This activity only takes place in Dutch. For more information, please go to the Dutch version of this page.
Guided visit Leopold Days: Wiertz Museum
VAUTIERSTRAAT | RUE VAUTIER 62 - 1050 BRUSSELS The Léopold Days are a neighborhood celebration and the aim is for the various cultural and social institutions to open their doors to make the neighborhood known and to create bridges between European institutions and Belgian cultural institutions.
Guided visit Trains & Tracks
REGENTSCHAPSSTRAAT 3 RUE DE LA RÉGENCE This activity only takes place in French & Dutch. For more information, please go to the French/Dutch version of this page.
Kids & Tracks
REGENTSCHAPSSTRAAT 3 RUE DE LA RÉGENCE This activity only takes place in French & Dutch. For more information, please go to the French or Dutch version of this page.
Les conférences
This activity only takes place in French. For more information, please go to the French version of this page.
Midis de la Poésie
AUDITORIUM 490 This activity only takes place in French. For more information, please go to the French version of this page.
Midis du Cinéma
AUDITORIUM 490 This activity only takes place in French. For more information, please go to the French version of this page.
Tickets exhibition Trains & Tracks
REGENTSCHAPSSTRAAT 3 RUE DE LA RÉGENCE An artistic and historical journey on the theme of the train through works by major artists of the 19th and 20th centuries such as Monet, Caillebotte, Spilliaert, Boccioni, Severini, Léger, De Chirico, Mondrian, Servranckx, Delvaux and Magritte. Open from October 15th
Tickets Musée Fin-de-Siècle
REGENTSCHAPSSTRAAT 3 RUE DE LA RÉGENCE Ensor, Khnopff, Spilliaert, Horta, Rodin, Gauguin, Boch, Bonnard, … : over 120 artists await your visit at the Fin-de-Siècle Museum! Immerse yourself into the dazzling atmosphere of 1900 Brussels with its diverse artistic movements and disciplines – from Impressionism to Art Nouveau, from fine arts to opera. NB: The Old Masters Museum is temporarily inaccessible (reopening on 15 October 2021).
Tickets Musée Magritte Museum
REGENTSCHAPSSTRAAT 3 RUE DE LA RÉGENCE The Magritte Museum, in the heart of Brussels, holds the world’s largest collection of the Belgian surrealist artist René Magritte, with more than 230 artworks and archival items. Immerse yourself into Magritte’s universe and journey through his paintings, gouaches, drawings, sculptures and painted objects, as well as his advertising posters, musical scores, photographs and films! Travelling art works: For the "Magritte/Renoir" exhibition, which takes place in the Orsay and Orangerie museums (Paris) in partnership with the RMFAB, shows seventeen works by Magritte, which are exceptionally on loan until mid-July

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