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The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium are preparing for an ambitious and necessary renovation project in 2023. Although the official start of the operations as such is not planned before 2025, some rooms will already be reallocated this spring 2023. As of 3 April, the floors housing the Fin-de-Siècle Museum will no longer welcome the public and will be transformed into storage areas.  Nevertheless, the jewels of the Fin-de-Siècle Museum will remain visible to our visitors: they will be presented in the form of "focuses" in other areas of the museum and on a rotating basis, but also through extramural projects with Belgian and international partners. We invite you to visit the 'exhibitions' and 'news' sections of our website to stay informed.



The Magritte Museum, in the heart of Brussels, holds the world’s largest collection of the Belgian surrealist artist René Magritte, with more than 230 artworks and archival items. Immerse yourself into Magritte’s universe and journey through his paintings, gouaches, drawings, sculptures and painted objects, as well as his advertising posters, musical scores, photographs and films!


The Magritte Museum will be exceptionally closed from Tuesday 14 till Thursday 30 March 2023 to improve the presentation of the Magritte collection and the public areas. The works of the Belgian surrealist will be on display in the temporary exhibition spaces from Friday 31 March. During the transformation works (until the end of September 2023) the Place Royale entrance will be inaccessible. We invite you to use the entrance located at 3, Rue de la Régence. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. 



Discover with one ticket only the full collections of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium: the Fin-de-Siècle Museum, the Magritte Museum and the Old Masters Museum. 


Discover the remarkable collection of Old Masters, covering a period running from the 15th to the 18th centuries: from the painting of the former Southern Netherlands to the Flemish School, and along the French and Italian School.

The Fin-de-Siècle Museum is dedicated to the 1900s, when Brussels, the capital of Europe, was a unique artistic crossroads and the capital of Art Nouveau. This sanctuary of cultural history hosts paintings, drawings, watercolours, prints, sculptures, photographs, films, models and decorative objets d'art.

first wednesday of the month free

You can access the permanent collections and the Magritte Museum for free every first Wednesday of the month from 1:00 PM. To enjoy your free visit, head to the Museum's ticket office on the same day to collect your ticket (subject to availability).

Access to the temporary exhibitions is not free.