The Halle Gate Museum is housed in a former medieval city gate that was constructed between 1381 and 1383 and is the last remaining vestige of the city’s second walls. In the 19th century, the building was restored in a neo-Gothic style by the architect Henri Beyaert and now serves as a museum dedicated to the history of the medieval City of Brussels.
The museum is part of the Royal Museums of Art and History and offers exhibits and displays on the city’s rich history and cultural heritage.
Inside the museum, visitors can explore a variety of exhibits and displays that showcase the city’s past, present, and future. The museum’s permanent collection includes artifacts and exhibits on the city’s medieval history, as well as its role as a center of trade and industry.
There are also interactive exhibits that provide visitors with a hands-on experience, such as a replica of a medieval workshop and a virtual tour of the city. In addition, do not miss climing up 169 steps and enjoy Brussels’ most stunning panoramic view.
The Halle Gate Museum is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of Brussels and its role in shaping the world we know today.
The Halle Gate is located in the south area of Brussels city center and is easy to access by all major public transportation.
View on Google Maps
Hours and Fees
Monday–Thursday, 9:30 am–5 pm,
Saturday and Sunday, 10 am-5 pm
Fridays and on the 1th of January, 1th of May, 1th & 11th of November, 25th of December.
Your admission is free if you have Brussels Card.
Adults: 10 €
Seniors 65+ (with ID): 8 €
Students (Full-time with ID): 6 €
Young adults and Children (18 and under): Free
Visitors with disabilities: 6 €
Brussels Card holder: Free
museumPASSmusées holder: Free
Every first Wednesday of the month, the museum opens its doors free of charge.