A no holds barred all access ride around Brussels is the best way to awaken your inner Indy Jones. Save money and boost your travel experience with the Brussels Card that can make it all happen.
With an abundance of cool and informative venues within each museum, a single visit may leave you wanting more. So, choose from a 24, 48 or 72-hour validity and visit the same museum as many times as you like! These include mussels at Léon, an ART nouveau city tour, a free beer at the Brussels Beer Project and a free coffee at the Musical Instruments Museum’s rooftop looking out across the city. Simply present your Brussels Card at the ticket desk and it will be electronically validated. Added bonus is FREE access to all the permanent collections of the museums.
This Brussels Card comes with a public transportation pass that allows you free rides on the buses, trams and metro trains. Perks include discounts on cultural tours, restaurants, shopping and exhibitions. Apart from free entry to all major attractions, the entry for up to 44 museums is also on the roster, so get ready, get set, go! The ticket also comes with a comprehensive guidebook that you may keep as a souvenir.
Providing something for all ages, the Brussels Card is ideal for a family holiday, a mini-break or for adding a day’s sightseeing to a business trip. Visit the Magritte Museum, dedicated to surrealism with 200 works from Magritte, or Choco-Story Brussels, where a visit culminates with a master chocolatier demonstrating how to make artisan praline chocolate.
Comic fans will love the Belgian Comic Strip Center, beer drinkers will not want to miss the Belgian Brewers Museum and kids will enjoy the world-famous collection of Iguanodons at the Natural Sciences Museum. And if the quirky or unusual delights you, check in to the Museums of the City of Brussels to see the extravagant wardrobe presented over the years to Brussels’ mischievous little inhabitant: Manneken-Pis.
Brussels Card doesn’t get you onto SNCB trains (or the train link between the national airport and the centre).
Most of the larger museums are closed on Monday.
Your Brussels Card is valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours after your first museum visit.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
Your Brussels Card can’t be used as a transport ticket. Go to one of STIB’s 375 GO ticket machines (located in all metro stations and at major bus and tram stops), select “EVENT PASS” on the machine’s screen and enter the numbers printed on your Brussels Card. The ticket that comes out of the machine is the only valid form of transport ticket! You must validate your ticket on every bus, tram or metro train every time you use it.