Round off your trip to the Palace with a visit to the BELvue Museum. The Royal Palace of Brussels will be open to the public from July 22nd to September 9th 2014.
Saturday, 7th of June
The BELvue museum will be exceptionally closed the whole day. The Coudenberg will be open between 10 am and 6 pm. Attention: Entrance 10, Place Royale
From Sunday 8 June, visitors to the museum will discover two new showcases on the 2nd floor of the permanent exhibition, which set out the career of King Albert II. They follow a similar presentation about King Baudouin.
The BELvue museum and the King Baudouin Foundation wish to express their support to the Jewish Museum of Brussels after the drama of Saturday 24th of May. Our thoughts are with our colleagues and the families of the victims.
Why not come and (re-)discover the history of Belgium during the months of April, May and June, when we are offering a spring morning special: Breakfast@BELvue, which combines breakfast with a visit to the museum.
You probably remember that we were looking for young people aged between 17 and 25 to make up a winning team that would take part in developing the new permanent exhibition of the BELvue.
From 19h on 22 February, come and have fun at the museum! To mark the 7th Museum Night Fever, the BELvue is pulling out all the stops for you to enjoy some extraordinary theatrical entertainment, right in the heart of the history of Belgium.
From 2 january 2014 the entrance rates and opening hours of the BELvue museum will change!
Come to the BELvue on Thursday november the 14th and explore the museum by torchlight! A unique ambiance is guaranteed as you discover the major eras in the history of Belgium. Travel through the great events in our country's history.
Closing weekend of “Dr Livingstone, I presume?” on 9, 10 and 11 November 2013