Special needs

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium do everything possible to ensure that their premises and collections are accessible for all visitors, including people with disabilities.

ACCESSIBLE ENTRANCES

Musée Old Masters Museum


Rue de la Régence, 1A (please ring the bell)

Musée Magritte Museum
Musée Fin-de-Siècle Museum
Expositions temporaires

 


Place Royale 2

access  

Parking

Albertine (rue des Sols & place de la Justice)
Parking 2 Portes (rue de Namur & Bld de Waterloo)
Parking Poelaert (place Poelaert)

Two designated parking spaces are located in front of the 1A, rue de la Régence

Openbaar vervoer

Train : Central Station 
Metro : Central Station, Park, Naamse Poort 
Tram : 92, 94 
Bus : 27, 29, 38, 71, 95

Also visit the SNCB/NMBS and STIB/MIVB websites for help during your journey.

Assistance for visitors with special needs

  •  All rooms of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium are accessible for visitors with reduced mobility. The Made to Measure team and the museum staff are here to help you get around the Museums. Do not hesitate to contact us!
  • Wheelchairs, both manual and electric, are allowed in the museums. However, for the safety of the works, the visitors and the staff, we do not allow mobile scooters. It is possible to borrow a free wheelchair on site, if you do not have a wheelchair or if your wheelchair (mobile scooter) is not allowed in the rooms.
  • The two main sanitary blocks are accessible to visitors with reduced mobility (Old Masters Museum, ground floor / Magritte Museum, level -2).
  • Certified guide dogs are welcome!

 Download the map of the Museums here: Museum Plan: accessibility

Made to Measure Museum

Guided tours in sign language as well as special tours for blind visitors are organized in French and Dutch.