Brussels Card Excursions à Bruxelles
Brussels Card: The Brussels Card is issued as an e-voucher, containing a barcode that can be used and scanned in all museums and attractions that are included in the card. For as long as your card is valid, you can visit the same museum as many times as you like. You won’t have to pay anything. Simply present your Brussels Card at the ticket desk and it will be electronically validated. Your Brussels Card will be automatically activated the first time you use it.
The Brussels Card gives you free access to all permanent collections of the museums. Most of the temporary exhibitions are also included, except for the Old Masters Museum, the Natural Sciences Museum and the Cinquantenaire Museum where they have to pay the normal entrance fee if they want to visit the temporary exhibitions. The discounts for the various attractions, tours, shops, restaurants and bars provided in the booklet (can be printed at home or collected for free in one of our tourist offices) are for single use only, but the discounts remain valid, even after your Brussels Card has expired.
To obtain the discount, simply present your Brussels Card and hand over the corresponding voucher.
As a general rule, for children below the age of 12 it's not interesting to buy a Brussels Card, from the point of view of saving money. Children get discounts at most museums and attractions (often free access for children up to 5 years and free access or important discounts up to 50% for children between 6 and 12 years old). Also students often benefit of special fees in museums and attractions on presentation of their student card.
WHAT'S INCLUDED?
- free entrance to the museums;
- attractions & tours discounts;
- nightlife discounts;
- restaurants discounts;
- bars discounts;
- shopping discounts.
Meeting/pick-up point: Town Hall - Grand’ Place - 1000 Brussels (daily from 9am till 5:45pm - closed on 25/12 and 01/01) ; BIP (Brussels Info Place) - rue Royale 2/4 - 1000 Brussels (daily from 9am till 5:45pm - closed on 25/12 and 1/1).
Duration: 24, 48 or 72 hours.
Start/opening time: Most of museums are open at 10am.
-End/closing time: Most of museums are closing at 5pm.
Languages: Info booklet: French, Dutch and English. Museums: Depending of each museum.
Others: The consumer is not entitled to cancel the purchase. The ticket cannot be reimbursed, even when it has been lost or stolen, and cannot be returned or exchanged. No ticket duplicate will be issued, even if the ticket is lost or stolen. Most of the museums are closed on Mondays. As a general rule, for children below the age of 12 it's not interesting to buy a Brussels Card, from the point of view of saving money. Children get discounts at most museums and attractions (often free access for children up to 5 years and free access or important discounts up to 50% for children between 6 and 12 years old).
Also students often benefit of special fees in museums and attractions on presentation of their student card.
public transportation is not included.

Included

Tickets

Type d'activité

Tours & Activities

Activité pour

Families
Couples
Youth
Seniors

Activity duration

Multi-day