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The all-in museums card for Brussels

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Are you interested in discovering Brussels and its museums and getting a great deal as well?
brussels-cardThe Brussels Card now offers benefits worth over € 200! All you need is one card: just show it at the museum entrance or scan it on the bus, tram or metro. Ideal if you’re spending a day or a weekend in Brussels. And it’s really practical too!

This essential pass gives you free admission to no fewer than 32 Brussels museums for a period of 24, 48 or 72 hours. It covers all the major museums: the Magritte Museum, the Belgian Comic Strip Centre, the Old Masters Museum, the Museum of Natural Sciences, the Museum of Musical Instruments, the Cinquantenaire Museum and the Museum of the City of Brussels to name just a few. The pass allows free admission to all the exhibitions held at BOZAR, Wiels and the Botanique as well. In addition to the museums, the Brussels Card also offers a wonderful range of discounts in the capital’s restaurants, shops and tourist attractions. Lastly, cardholders can enjoy free public transport while their card is valid.
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