Covid Safe Ticket (COVID-19 measures)
Covid Safe Ticket
From Friday 15 October 2021, the Covid Safe Ticket (CST) will be mandatory for anyone over 16 years of age in order to access the museum. With a CST you won't have to wear a mouth mask and keep a distance ionce it has been scanned.
The Covid Safe Ticket will not be implemented for school groups, regardless of the age of the students in the group. The accompanying persons of these groups (teachers, educators, parents...) will be considered as part of the school group and will not have to present a covid safe ticket either. For these groups, the wearing of a mask (from 12 years old) and the respect of barrier gestures will have to be respected.
What is the Covid Safe Ticket?
A Covid Safe Ticket allows you to prove that you have a negative COVID-19 test (less than 48h old), a recovery certificate or a vaccination certificate. The Covid Safe Ticket is identical to the digital European COVID Certificate. If you have one, you do not need to request an additional document.
Where can I get my Covid Safe Ticket?
Online: You can download your Covid Safe Ticket in the
CovidSafeBE-app. You can install this app on your smartphone via the
Google Play Store or the App Store.
On paper: You can print out your Covid Safe Ticket by going to https://www.myhealth.belgium.be
How do you check the Covid Safe Ticket?
The check takes place at the entrance of the museum.
We will ask you to present proof of identity when we check the Covid Safe Ticket.
Please take this extra check into account by arriving on time for the event you are attending.
Planning your visit:
- Tickets can be bought at the desk or online, per timeslot. Print your tickets beforehand or keep them ready on a mobile device. Present your card at the reception desk on the day of your visit if you ordered a special ticket (with reduction or free) (for example: museumPassmusée).
- The museum is open from Tuesday until Friday, from 9.30 am until 5 pm, and on Saturday and Sunday, from 10am until 5pm. Last entry to the museum is at 4pm!
- Lockers are available for use.
During your visit:
- The museumshop is open.
- Our restaurant is currently closed.
By train (Bruxelles Central station or Schuman)
Depending on your place of departure, you will either arrive at Schuman Station or Bruxelles Station.
Schuman : The Museum is accessible on foot from Schuman Station.
Bruxelles Central : From Bruxelles Central Station, take Metro line 1 towards Stockel or line 2 towards Herrmann-Debroux
The Museum is accessible on foot via the following Metro stops :
Plan your train journey on the SNCB website.
By metro (accessible on foot via the Schuman and Merode Metro stations)
By bus (Many buses stop close to the museum)
By bus (accessible on foot via many bus stops)
Many buses stop close to the museum.
The Museum is accessible by foot via the Merode stop.
Number 61 towards the Gare du Nord or Montgomery
Number 80 towards Porte de Namur or Maes
Number 27 towards Andromède or the Gare du Midi. The Number 27 stops at other points near the Museum : Nerviens or Gaulois.
The Museum is accessible by foot via the Schuman stop.
Number 36 towards Schuman or Konkel
Number 79 towards Kraainem or Schuman
Number 60 towards Ambiorix or Uccle Calevoet
Number 12 towards Brussels City
Number 21 towards Brussels Airport or Luxembourg
Plan your bus journey on the STIB website.
By car (we strongly advise to use public tranport to reach the museum)
From January 2020 onwards, due to the renovation project of the rooftops in the Cinquantenaire Park, the esplanade will be restricted only to vehicles of suppliers, staff, emergency services, park wardens and contractors performing the work.
More information can be found here.
Since January 1st, 2018 the Brussels-Capital Region has become a Low Emission Zone (LEZ). If you are entering the city in a car or van, check here to find out whether you are allowed to drive your vehicle within the LEZ. If you do not meet the conditions, we would remind you that there are park-and-ride car parks on the access routes leading into Brussels as well as alternatives to the car.
|Tuesday - Friday||9:30 - 17:00|
|Saturday, Sunday and national holidays||10:00 - 17:00|
|The museum is closed on the 1st January, 1st of May, 1st and 11th of November and the 25th of December.|
|Temporary exhibition||10:00 - 17:00|
School & Groups visits
TicketsBuy a ticket online
|Adult (19-64 year)||10€|
|65+, Adult groups (min. 15 people)||8€|
|Concessions More information||4€|
|Pavilion of Human Passions (closed)||2,50€|
|0-18 years, museumPASSmusées holders or special ticket prices More information||0€|
|Adult (19-64 year)||16€|
|65+, Adult groups (min. 15 people)||12€|
|The ticket also gives access to the museum and its permanent collection.|
|Combiticket - permanent collections - 3 museums on Cinquantenaire Park More information||22€|
Plaster cast workshop
Next to the Museum buildings is an hidden gem : our plaster-cast workshop. Over the last 150 years, more than 4000 casts of works of art from all over the world have been molded and now form a collection in their own right. Despite the age of the workshop, it is still active. Every day reproductions, big and small, are produced using an ancient and artisanal technique. It is possible to order reproductions directly from the workshop, and to visit this lovely, quite hidden site.
Looking for a special gift, a wonderful book or a fun toy that’s linked to art or history? Then you absolutely must take a look around the Museum boutique or the exposhops which pop up during our temporary exhibitions. Access to the different boutiques is free!
Art & History Museum
Cinquantenaire Park 10 — 1000 Brussels
+32 (0)2 741 73 62
The Scientific Library of the Art and History Museum is one of the largest museum libraries in Belgium. It specializes in art and archeology and the content of its publications is closely linked to the fields of our museum collections. First and foremost, the library offers scientific support to the running of the Museum with regard to its collections and scientific work. However, it is also accessible to all for the purposes of study and research.
To obtain digital images of objects in the Royal Museums of Art and History collections, you should contact the Photographic Library by e-mail (email@example.com). The inventory number of the object or a brief description of the images desired will aid the process.
Prices are determined based on the availability of images.
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The Art & History Museum attaches a lot of importance to the quality of the services they offer. However you do have a comment relating to the museum you can let us know it. We shall do everything possible to avoid similar complaints in the future.