Jewish Museum of Belgium

(FR) Musée juif de Belgique | (NL) Joods Museum van België
A museum dedicated to the history of the Jewish community in Belgium

The Jewish Museum of Belgium, situated in the heart of Brussels, is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the cultural heritage and history of Jewish people in Belgium. The museum’s collection includes various artifacts, documents, and exhibits that showcase the community’s rich history, traditions, and culture.

Visitors can learn about the Jewish community’s development in Belgium, including their contributions to art, literature, and science. The museum also explores the Jewish community’s relationship with other religious and ethnic groups in Belgium throughout history.

One of the museum’s most popular exhibits is the one showcasing the Jewish community’s history during the Holocaust. The museum has an extensive collection of artifacts, including photographs, documents, and personal belongings, that help visitors understand the horrors the Jewish people faced during that time.

The exhibit is an emotional experience, and visitors can leave with a deep understanding of the Holocaust’s impact on the Jewish community in Belgium.

Getting There

The museum is located in the south of Brussels city center and easy to access by public transportation.


Rue des Minimes 21,
1000 Brussels, Belgium
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Hours and Fees


Tuesday to Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10am – 6pm


Monday, 1 January, 10 April, 1 May, 29 May, 25 September, 25 December.


Your admission is free if you have museumPASSmusées, Brussels Card.

Combined ticket (permanent exhibition + temporary exhibition) 12 €
Permanent exhibition 10 €
Temporary exhibition 10 €
Seniors, students, Culture Voisin.e.s Card 7 €
Article 27 1,25 €
Children (12 and younger ), ICOM, press, PROF card Gratuit
Guided tour (25 people max.) 60 € (70 € on weekends)
Brussels Card Holder: Free
MuseumPassmusées holder: Free