Royal museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

- Rue de la Régence, 3
- 1000 Brussels
- Tél. : 02/508.32.11
- Tél. : 02/508.33.50 (serv. éducatif)
- Fax : 02/508.32.32
- E-mail :
- open from tuesday till sunday from 10 am till 5 pm; closed on Mondays

Les musées royaux des Beaux-Arts constituent une collection d’art plastique d’une grande richesse, environ 3 000 œuvres d’artistes belges et étrangers sont exposées pour notre plus grand plaisir. Différents circuits permettent aux visiteurs de s’y
retrouver dans le foisonnement de peintures et sculptures

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium propose a very rich collection of plastic arts. About 3 000 pieces from Belgian and foreign artists are exposed four our greatest pleasure. Various circuits allow the visitors to find their way in the mass of paintings and sculptures.

- the entrance to the museum of ancient art for persons in a wheelchair happens necessarily through the museum for modern art at number 1A, at about 20 m from the main entrance
- there are 2 parkingspaces on the street , a few meters from the second entrance.
Attention : this space is rather small and you need to get out of the car at streetside.

Entrance :
- the specific entrance is at floor-level with automatic sliding doors
- the front offices are accessible, at floor-level and the space in the queue area is large.

Inside :
- all floors are accessible with elevators

Toilets :
- In the museum for ancient art, they are at the entrance, near the reception desk: the rotation space is too small, the toilet seat is too high, the grab bar on the right is too long, no grab bar on the wall, mirror and sink at good height

- ground-floor
- heavy doors in glass (pull)
- self-service

For guided visits, a reservation is indispensable. The first Saturday of each month at 2 pm, from November till June, deaf speakers organise guided visits in sign language.

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