New admission prices at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts!

Published on 01.06.2018

From June on, the new admission fees will make the collections more accessible to youth. Some other great news: the Magritte Museum will now be open 7 days a week.

In June 2018, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium will adjust the entrance fees for their permanent collections and temporary exhibitions.

In addition to a simplification of the entrance fees, this also means that admission will be free for those under 19 years, thus promoting access to the museum for young people.

The rate change is part of an upgrade of the on-site and online ticketing system. The new group rates will come into effect on Monday 4 June. For individual visitors the new rates will apply from Monday 25 June 2018.

 

Discover the new admission fees
 All Museums
CollectionsMusée Magritte MuseumMusée Wiertz Museum / Musée Meunier Museum
  • Adults (19 - 64)
 € 15  € 10 € 10 free
  • Seniors(+ 65)
  • adults in group (minimum 15 persons)
  • Thalys passengers
 € 10  € 8 € 8 free
  • Students (-26 y/o; valid student card required)
  • Unannounced school groups (-26 y/o)
  • People with disabilities and 1 escort
  • Belgian job seekers and integration income beneficiaries (Law of 26/05/2002)
 € 5  € 3 € 3 free
  • Children and youth (- 19; not in school group)
  • City of Brussels guides
  • Belgian school teachers
  • One accompanying person per group with greatly reduced admission price
  • Members of ICOM-Vlaanderen, ICOM / Wallonie-Bruxelles (valid documents needed)
  • Science Policy (Belspo) staff (valid documents needed)
  • Friends of the RMFAB
  • Press card holders (valid press card or appointment required)
  • Brussels Card
  • Ribbedebie & Attractions et Tourisme
  • Sotheby's preferred
  • Eurostar passengers (buy one, get one for free)
free  free free free

The new group rates can be consulted here.