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Cultural activities

Explore the rich cultural life of Brussels. The Belgian capital is not only a melting pot of French- and Dutch-speaking cultures. The city has also been enriched by a host of foreign cultural influences, which means there is always something to catch your imagination.

  • Brussels hosts numerous cultural events, festivals and much more. Check out the cultural calendars to find something...

  • There’s always lots to do in Brussels, too much to mention here, so we limit ourselves to a small selection of...

  • When you think of Brussels, you think of the beauty of Art Nouveau, Grand-Place, the Atomium and more. In fact,...

  • There are no fewer than 80 museums in the Brussels-Capital Region. There’s always one you haven’t been to yet! Get...

  • Belgium is the birthplace of the comic strip and no fan of the art should miss a pilgrimage to Brussels.

  • You can take full advantage of the highly varied cultural offering that comes of so many different communities living...

  • Brussels is a bilingual city where both French and Dutch are spoken. The two linguistic communities each have their own...

  • Take the opportunity to get your hands dirty and give free reign to your creative side. Brussels is home to many...

  • Looking for a good read, listen or watch? There are many libraries in Brussels with books, CDs and DVDs for loan, as...

  • Want to escape to another world for a while? Brussels is home to a large number of cinemas, ranging from big chains to...

Venues for hire in Brussels

The Brussels-Capital Region has a wealth of venues for a great variety of events including conferences, training courses, business meetings, concerts, presentations, staff parties and many others. Some of these venues are managed by local administrations, others by associations or even schools and universities.

The website External of, the guide of cultural venues and theatres (FR/NL), provides a comprehensive survey of the Brussels venues.

For Dutch speakers
Cultuurcentrum is an initative of he Flemish Community Commission (VGC). Its website gives an External linkoverview of venues for hire in the Dutch community centres in Brussels (NL)

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BIP, Rue Royale, 2-4
1000 Bruxelles

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Wallonie-Bruxelles Tourisme (WBT/OPT asbl)

Rue Saint-Bernard, 30
1060 Bruxelles

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Place de la Monnaie, 6
1000 Bruxelles

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Toerisme Vlaanderen

Rue du Marché aux Herbes, 61
1000 Bruxelles