The Musical Instruments Museum is a music museum in central Brussels, Belgium. It is part of the Royal Museums of Art and History and is internationally renowned for its collection of over 8,000 instruments.
Since 2000, the museum has been located in the former Old England department store, built in 1899 by Paul Saintenoy out of girded steel and glass in Art Nouveau style, as well as the adjoining 18th-century neoclassical building designed by Barnabé Guimard. Located at 2, rue Montagne de la Cour/Hofberg on the Mont des Arts/Kunstberg, the museum stands next to the Place Royale/Koningsplein and in front of the Magritte Museum. It is served by Brussels Central Station and Parc/Park metro station on lines 1 and 5 of the Brussels Metro.
Tue - Fri: 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sat, Sun, holidays: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed on Mondays, also on 1 January, 1 May, 1 and 11 November, 25 December
Tickets sales end 45 minutes prior to museum closing.
Seniors (65+), Youngsters (19 - 25): €6
Children, Youth (4-18), Disabled: €2
Children under 3: free
The permanent collections are accessible free of charge on the first Wednesday of each month from 1 p.m.
Official Website http://www.mim.be/
Adres e-mail email@example.com
Telefon +32 2 545 01 30
Adres Place Royale, 1000 City of Brussels, Belgium
Współrzędne 50°50'34.218" N 4°21'32.692" E