Brussels Pass: Museums & Attractions - Optional transportation

Brussels Pass: Museums & Attractions - Optional transportation

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Discounts for shopping and restaurants
Free entry to over 30 museums
The option to add the Hop on Hop off bus or public transport

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With the Brussels Pass you can explore the very best of the fascinating Belgian capital. Valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours, save money on your visits and shopping in Brussels!

Whether you are interested in culture, art or comic strips, there is something for everyone with the Brussels Card. Your pass grants you admission to more than 30 of the most beautiful museums in Brussels and the surrounding area, including the Museum of Natural Sciences, the Center of Fine Arts and the Magritte Museum, to name but a few.

With the help of a free city map, find your way to the numerous cafes, restaurants, shops and attractions which offer impressive discounts for Brussels Card holders, including:
Discounts for tourist attractions and tours
Discounts of 5 to 25% for shopping and designer boutiques 
Discounts and special offers (e.g. free drink or dessert) in restaurants and bars

Hop-on hop-off Bus OR public transport:

You can also combine your Brussels Card with the hop-on hop-off bus and make the most of commentary in 8 languages.

You will be able to choose to also use public transport, in which case your Brussels card will include unlimited travel across the city's public transport network (trams, metros and buses operated by STIB/MIVB).

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Good to know

  • Availability: every day (excluding exceptional dates)
  • Duration: valid 24, 48 or 72 hours, depending on the option chosen
  • Opening times: 10am to 5pm
  • You will receive your pass accompanied by a guide which will show all the museums and attractions included in the pass, as well as their opening times and ways to get to them
  • The guide that comes with the pass is available in French, English and Dutch
  • Museums are generally closed on Mondays
  • The pass must be collected directly from one of the ticket offices in central Brussels (exact addresses indicated on the voucher). Please do not forget to print your voucher and take it with you in order to collect the pass
  • There isn't a specific tarif for children, however, entry is often free for children under the age of 6. For children between the ages of 6 and 12, entry is either free or up to 50% of the regular fare. For this reason, it isn't necessary to buy a pass for children under the age of 12. Furthermore, STIB transport is free for children under six years of age (there is a maximum of 4 children per paying adult)
  • You will be asked to indicate a provisional date for your visit when you book, but your pass is not restricted to this date – it will be valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours from the first time you use it
  • Even if your pass was bought to start today, you would be able to make use of it whenever you would like to during your stay, as long as the date doesn't exceed 31 December of the current year
  • The duration of your pass is counted in hours (rather than calendar days). For example, if you begin using a 24-hour pass at 4pm on Monday, the pass will be valid until 4pm on Tuesday
  • It is recommended to check the opening times of each individual site before planning your visit. The participating sites reserve the right to implement their own opening hours/days
  • The Brussels Pass is non-transferable
  • To board the hop-on hop-off bus, you must show your Brussels Card to the bus driver.

Price includes

  • The Brussels Pass
  • A guide book
  • Access to Brussels' public transport netword (if you choose)

Price doesn’t include

  • All other extras



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