Coudenberg Palace is connected to the BELvue and the two museums share the same entrance. Built from the 12th century onwards, Coudenberg Palace has been the residence of many monarchs including Charles V and the Duke of Burgundy, Philip the Good. Following a fire in the 18th century and the creation of the Place Royale, an underground archaeological site of more than 1500 m² has remained. You can combine your event at the BELvue with a visit to these historic remains.
The site is not heated and is partially accessible to wheelchair users.
Book one of our available rooms and pick one of our add-on activity to make your event even better. The booking of this activity must be made by yourself.
Celebrating your birthday at BELVUE means playing, learning and fun. You're sure to have an unforgettable afternoon with a delicious snack!
A workshop on politics? A hands-on exhibition about democracy? A pedagogical dossier about our colonial past? Check out our offer!
Accessibility is at the heart of our values. To enable everyone to visit our permanent exhibition, we offer free admission every first Sunday of the month and all Wednesday afternoons.