Belgium offers a different types of museum passes to travelers. These passes not only give you access to popular museums and attractions but also include shop discounts, guided tours, and public transportation options.
The best museum pass for you will depend on what you like and your travel plans.
|Number of Museums
|All over Belgium
|Public transportation, discounts on attractions, restaurants, shops
|Antwerp City Pass
|Public transportation, discounts on attractions, guided tours
|Public transportation, guided boat tour, bike rental, discounts
|Discounts on attractions, restaurants, shops, guided tours
museumPASSmusées offers unlimited access to over 250 museums across the country. The pass is rather expensive (€59) compared with other city passes, but it is an ideal pass for people who stay several cities in Belgium for a longer period, or plan to come back within a year.
Brussels Card (Brussels)
Musea Brugge (Bruges)
Musea Brugge pass is the city’s official museum pass that gives you free entry to 14 prestigious museums, including the Groeningemuseum and the Bruges Belfry. You can also reserve your visiting date and time on the Musea Brugge official website, which makes your visiting comfortable during the busy period.
Antwerp City Pass (Antwerp)
Antwerp City Pass offers free entry to most popular museums, attractions in Antwerp, including exclusive discounts and unlimited use of public transportation.
CityCard Gent (Ghent)
CityCard Gent includes free admission to museums and attractions, guided boat tours, and unlimited public transport, ensuring a convenient and cost-effective visit to this historic city.
With the ILUVLeuven Ticket, you can enter the city’s must-see attractions such as M-Museum, the University Library, and St. Peter’s Church, along with various discounts, allowing you to delve into Leuven’s rich heritage and culture.