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Summer is nearly here.

If you plan to visit the city of Brussels, the museum of the National Bank of Belgium is ideally situated in the centre of Brussels, next to the Sainte Gudule cathedral.

In the historical buildings of the National Bank you can visit the fascinating world of money from today and yesterday. Browse through our website to get a glimpse of what you can expect.

Moreover, admission is free in July and August. So why not visit together with family or friends, or come and have a look by yourself. For the children we have a quest, a game to get acquainted with our museum, learning through playing.

Of course we welcome back our regular estival customers: summer schools, children going on a holiday camp. Bespoke tours for groups are always possible.

And why not get a little more acquainted with the famous French writer Victor Hugo? Find out which link there was between him and the National Bank of Belgium in our exhibition.

All the more reason to come see us this summer!

Practical information

opening times: from 10.00 a.m. to 18.00 p.m.
closing date: Monday
address: rue du Bois Sauvage 10, 1000 Brussels
admission: free in July and August
more information 00 32 2 221 22 06 or museum@nbb.be
links: www.lesmiserables150.be