Tour & Taxis is a large former industrial site in Brussels, Belgium.
The site is composed of large warehouses and offices surrounding a former freight station and its spacious central hall, known as the Royal Depot. The buildings on the site are made of brick, glass and wrought iron, examples of the quality of 19th-century architecture.
Though it was long disused following its loss of importance as a shipping and customs hub, the site has been partially restored, and is now used for large cultural events, which have included Couleur Café, the Brussels Design Market, BRAFA Art Fair, Art Brussels, The Color Run Belgium and Salon du Chocolat, as well as for office space. It is situated on the Brussels Canal in the City of Brussels municipality, immediately adjacent to Sint-Jans-Molenbeek and Laeken, just northwest of the city centre and about a kilometer west of the Northern Quarter financial district.