The Fiftieth Anniversary Museum is much more than a museum, it is a tribute to ancient and unusual things. Built as a celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the independence of Belgium, it has 600,000 artifacts and artistic objects from around the world.
Built by King Leopold II of Belgium, the majestic Cinquantenaire Museum is one of the largest museums in Europe. Get ready to walk and explore it!
Walk among thousands of treasures of art and historical objects, as well as prehistoric artifacts. You will be impressed to see Egyptian sarcophagi and Greek vases, an impressive mosaic of Apamea and a model of Ancient Rome.
Meet the progression of different civilizations over time, immerse yourself in a collection of pre-Columbian art and reflect on a huge statue of Easter Island.
Enter the museum, pass the ticket office and go directly to the information desk to scan the ticket.
Children up to 4 years free of charge, from 5 to 12 pay a reduced rate, then pay the adult rate.
Children up to 18 years free of charge, then pay the adult rate.
Wheelchairs are available on the right hand side of the stairs at the main entrance.
Cancellations are not possible for this entry.