To help you decide which pass is best suited for you, we have created a comparison table below:
|Starting at 26 euros
|59 euros for one year
|24, 48, or 72 hours
|One year from date of purchase
|Brussels city only
|Number of places admission free
|Over 40 museums and attractions
|Over 170 museums and attractions
|Transportation included ?
|Yes, unlimited travel on public transportation within Brussels
|Buy Brussels Card
About Brussels Card
Brussels Card is a sightseeing pass that grants admission to over 40 museums and attractions in Brussels, as well as discounts on tours, shops, and restaurants. The card comes in three variants – 24, 48, and 72 hours – and allows unlimited travel on public transportation within Brussels city. Prices start at 26 euros for the 24-hour pass.
You can buy the Brussels Card only, or combination tickets with Hop-on and Hop-off sightseeing bus or unlimited travel on public transportation within Brussels.
museumPASSmusées is a museum pass that provides access to over 170 museums and cultural institutions across Belgium, including Brussels. It is valid for one year from the date of purchase and allows visitors to visit museums multiple times during its validity period.
Which one is for you?
Brussels Card is best for tourists who are spending a limited time in Brussels and want to see the city’s main museums, such as the Royal Museums of Fine Arts, in a short period of time. It also includes transportation options, making it easier for tourists to get around the city.
However, if you plan on visiting multiple cities in Belgium over a longer period of time, museumPASSmusées would be a better option. It provides free access to a larger number of popular museums in Brussels, Antwerp, Bruges, Gent etc., and you have a year to use it.