Visit the Royal Palace for free


Like every year, the Royal Palace of Brussels is opening its doors to the public until 28 August 2022.

During your visit, you will have the opportunity to visit the administrative residence and the main workplace of King Phillipe and Queen Mathilde. In this palace, with its remarkable architecture, you will stroll through the historic salons and ornately decorated reception rooms where the royal family holds various activities every year, and end your visit in the magnificent garden.

This year, you will also be able to discover three temporary exhibitions on the premises:

1. In the Throne Room, the Royal Dynasty and Cultural Heritage Association presents the key moments of Baudouin's reign through the Baudouin, being a king exhibition. You will discover images, archives and objects, some of which are being exhibited for the first time in public;

2. In the Hall of Mirrors, Technopolis, the technology education centre, is offering a playful approach to science through LEGO creations with the Science, just a stone’s throw away exhibition.

3. In the Grand Gallery, Belspo (Federal Science Policy) is presenting the Ensuring the Future exhibition on global warming, Earth observation, digitisation of collections, and maritime and polar research.

Access to the Royal Palace of Brussels is via the Place des Palais. It is open until 28 August,the visit lasts approximately 60 minutes and is free, but booking is required via this link. More info on the website.