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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!

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

  • If you are in possession of a Fedplus card, press card or Icom card, You can only get your tickets on the spot. You can also send an email to make a reservation in advance, at from Monday to Friday between 9:30 am and 4:00 pm (refunds are not possible).

  • 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.

We hope to see you soon!


Tickets Aboriginalities–Pierre Alechinsky-Houseago
REGENTSCHAPSSTRAAT 3 RUE DE LA RÉGENCE With this ticket, you can enjoy not one but 3 exhibitions at the Museum! During the Spring of 2021, the RMFAB (figuratively) break down their walls to take the public along a journey guided by the gesture of Pierre Alechinsky. Follow this key-figure of Belgian contemporary art in a journey which rhymes with spontaneity, colour, and pleasure. "Aboriginalities" immerses you into the fascinating universe of Aboriginal painting – an art form that is both ancestral and contemporary, always rooted in spirituality. Far more than a simple physical and sensory experience, Aboriginal art invites us to rethink our connection to the earth and the universe. This Spring the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium will show a new exhibition by Thomas Houseago, a UK-born artist whose recent works give full expression to the transcendental, emotive and restorative power of nature.
Tickets BANAD Festival
REGENTSCHAPSSTRAAT 3 RUE DE LA RÉGENCE Discover the Gillion Crowet collection individually with the help of a visitor's guide! Patiently constituted in the 1960’s by Anne-Marie Crowet and Roland Gillion, this collection of masterpieces from Mucha, Gallé, Majorelle, Khnopff, Mossa, Wolfers, Delville and Horta contributed to put Symbolism and Art Nouveau back on the forefront. Precious woods, together with the most refined of glassworks embrace the sphinxes’ smiles and the fantasmagorical fluidity and dynamism of the line. Everything is luxury, opulence and quiet, and the accomplishment of Art with a capital A.
Tickets Musée Fin-de-Siècle
REGENTSCHAPSSTRAAT 3 RUE DE LA RÉGENCE In addition to making you travel through the works of renowned artists such as Ensor, Spilliaert, Rodin, Gauguin and many more, the Fin-de-Siècle Museum will embark you on the creative journey of art in all its expressions and glory: literature, opera, music, architecture, photography or poetry. Explore the buzzing scene at the end of the 19th century and prepare yourself to be overwhelmed by spleen… and splendour!
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!
Tickets Museum Magritte + Musée Fin-de-Siècle
REGENTSCHAPSSTRAAT 3 RUE DE LA RÉGENCE With this ticket you can discover the Magritte Museum, as well as the other permanent collections of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts throughout the day! Attention! from March 26, the Old Masters Museum will close its doors and the Musée Fin-de-Siècle will reopen. This ticket is valid for the permanent collections, and the Magritte Museum.


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