Museum of Letters and Manuscripts in Brussels
Galerie du Roi 3
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The Museum of Letters and Manuscripts in Brussels opens its doors in the city's historic centre, in the sumptuous Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert.
In an old luxury boutique, that has been completely renovated, literature, music, arts, science and history are showcased over two floors through manuscripts, letters, autographs and exceptional drawings.
One of these floors is dedicated to temporary exhibitions, housing three or four each year, while the other is dedicated to the museum's permanent exhibitions.
Closed on Mondays, the 1st January, 1st May and 25th December.
Open from 9am for school groups who have booked in advance.
Less than 500 metres from Brussels Central Station and less than 800 metres from place De Brouckère.
By train: Brussels Central Station.
By metro: line 1 and line 5 - stop at Central Station (Gare Centrale in French/Centraal Station in Dutch).
By tram: lines 3, 4, 31, 32 and 33 - stop at De Brouckère.
By bus: lines 29, 38, 63, 65 and 71 - stop at Central Station (Gare Centrale in French/Centraal Station in Dutch). Or on lines 46, 47, 86 and 88 - stop at De Brouckère.
Adults: € 7 ; light night openings: € 5.
Concessions (seniors, students, under-12s) : €5 ; late night openings: €3.
Families (two adults + two children): €20.
Groups (booking necessary, a free tour guide for 15 people): adults: €5 per person ; schools: € 3 per person. children: €3 per person. Video guide: €1 on top of entry fee.