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Nocturnes: Evening visits to Brussels museums

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If you’re looking for a cultural activity to fill up your Thursday evenings this fall, just wait a few more weeks and you’ll be able to enjoy a large selection of Brussels museums at a discounted price and at actually feasible times for those of us who work.

The “Nocturnes des musees bruxellois” start on Thursday, September 27 and run every Thursday from 17h00 to 22h00 through Thursday, December 20. The entrance costs around EUR 2.50 but in some cases, depending on the museum, it might be free and in other cases, it might also include a guided tour and other special activities.

The official schedule listing participating museums per week (usually between 5 and 7 each week) will be available on the website later this month.

More tips once the schedule is out.


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One thought on “Nocturnes: Evening visits to Brussels museums

  1. The complete schedule is now out:

    Check out the opening evening on September 27, as they have special festivities and FREE access to a select number of museums.

    The Coudenbergh site, the underground ruins of Brussels’ old palace, are well worth a visit! (Open on Thursday evening, October 25. Guided tours recommended).

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