5-DAY PASS

75€ / 14>18.08

1-DAY PASS

30€ / 14.08

35€ / 15>18.08

DRINK & FOOD TICKETS

TICKETS
Musée de la ville de Bruxelles

GardeRobe MannekenPis

⭐️ BSF EXTRAS advantage : : With your 5 day-pass, get 50% reduction on the museum ticket, and 20% on the products developped by the museum at the shop (only during the festival).

Manneken-Pis has nearly 1000 costumes! And he regularly receives new ones. He is the only statue in the world to have such an extensive wardrobe and to be dressed over 130 days a year.

Located near the fountain, this unique museum reveals 150 costumes from all over the world and divided in seven themes: geography, folklore, charity and citizens’ associations, trades, celebrities and characters, sports and designers.

The original statue is carefully preserved at the Maison du Roi on the Grand Place. (single ticket for both venues).

musea@brucity.be - +32 2 514 53 97
Rue du Chêne 19, 1000 Bruxelles


Sewer Museum

⭐️ BSF EXTRAS advantage : : With your 5 day-pass, get 50% reduction on the museum ticket, and 20% on the products developped by the museum at the shop (only during the festival).

Did you know? The sewer network under the City of Brussels is nearly 350 km long! Thousands of cubic metres of waste water flow through these 350 km of
underground drains and tunnels every day. The Sewer Museum invites you on an unusual trip into a very hidden side of Brussels that is absolutely vital for the running of the city.

The Sewer Museum invites you on an unusual trip into a very hidden side of Brussels but which is absolutely vital for the running of the city.

And unlike other museums, this one is active, with the River Senne playing the leading role. A museum that tells the story of when, why and how the sewers were built, describes the jobs that people do in this underground world and explains the city's water cycle.

musea@brucity.be - +32 2 279 43 83
Pavillons d’Octroi - Porte d’Anderlecht, 1000 Bruxelles


Maison du Roi

⭐️ BSF EXTRAS advantage : : With your 5 day-pass, get 50% reduction on the museum ticket, and 20% on the products developped by the museum at the shop (only during the festival).

The Brussels City Museum is located in the city’s historic centre, on the Grand-Place, the most famous area of the capital. It is housed in a Neo-Gothic style building called Maison du Roi in French and Broodhuis in Dutch. The building itself is the museum’s greatest masterpiece, having been recognised as a national heritage site in 1936 (one of the first in Belgium), and, along with the Grand-Place, as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000.

Expo Affiches Belle Epoque ( >02.09.18)
Illustrated posters, first displayed in Paris, created an instant impact in Brussels. Famous and little-known artists alike turned their hand to them, charmed by this ephemeral, exciting yet technically demanding medium.
With their advertising messages, these posters heralded the consumer society. They extolled the joys of a multitude of products. Their huge public popularity created a phenomenon called "affichomanie" or "poster frenzy", with fans amassing huge collections. It is the perfect summer discovery !

musea@brucity.be - +32 2 279 43 50
Grand Place, 1000 Brussel


Fashion and Lace Museum

⭐️ BSF EXTRAS advantage : With your 5 day-pass, get 50% reduction on the museum ticket (only during the festival).

Expo LOL La Cambre Mode[s]
Is La Cambre Mode[s] protesting and demonstrating by exhibiting at the Museum? By definition, the college observes, analyses, questions, diverts and shifts dress codes. This is part of its DNA. Clothes and the body are at the very heart of its teaching. These media help to reveal new identities and the particular characteristics of new designers. All students use a shared vocabulary to form their own phrases... Beyond the socio-political challenges, the impact and social influence of May ‘68 also opened up a way for the public to approach the issue of the body and sexuality. Through some strange backlash, we now find ourselves facing a number of contrasts between, on the one hand, what is (finally) permitted and, on the other hand, a return to a prudish-like modesty.

musea@brucity.be - +32 2 213 44 50
Rue de la Violette 12, 1000 Bruxelles

http://www.brusselscitymuseum.brussels