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Parc du Cinquantenaire 11
1000 Brussels

Tel. : +32 2 736.41.65
Fax : +32 2 736.51.36


Public transport

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Admission prices

Adults 12€*
Adults group 15 pers 9€*
Seniors (65+) 10€*
Students & disabled persons 9€*
Children (6 to 11 year old) 5€*
Children < 6 year old Free
*Audioguide included

Including the visit off the museum

Opening hours

From 01.04 to 30.09 10:00 > 18:00
From 01.10 to 31.03 10:00 > 17:00
Weekend 10:00 > 18:00

Nearby attractions

Nearby attractions

Army museum

From mediaeval armour to the F-16: discover 12 centuries of European military history! Worldwide reference collections, great temporary exhibitions and external sites. Spectacular panoramic view of Brussels. Visit our website


Royal Museums of Art and History

The Cinquantenaire Museum (Art and History Museum) is a genuine time machine. Take a fascinating trip through the world’s greatest civilizations and discover Egyptian mummies, pre-Columbian artefacts, masterpieces of the European Middle Ages and a gallo-roman coin treasure. And why stop there? There is so much more to see!

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Nearby attractions

Visit the website of Visit Brussels

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Sofitel Brussels Europe

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Martins Hotel

Martin's Hotel

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Since the end of January an entirely renewed audio guide is available. Visitors have the opportunity to choose whatever they might want to hear more about, and per zone several exceptional cars are highlighted. On the audio guide’s screen one can view and admire the interior of 17 cars, thanks to special 360° photographs. In a few weeks the tour will be further enhanced with additional pictures, videos, the Spanish version and a Kids’ tour, in French, Dutch and English.

The audio guide is a small, sturdy specially designed Android device with a 5" screen, on which the photographs splendidly come into their own. Visitors can use their own earpiece.
The hardware originates from Imagineear, with whom Autoworld worked closely regarding the creation of the content. The witty script is written by Bart Lenaerts (Waft) and in the Dutch version the narrators are Guy De Pré and Britt Van Marsenille; in the French visitors will undoubtedly recognise the voices of Charlotte Baut and Dominique Dricot.

The use of the Audio guide is included in the admission fee.

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