Sewer Museum

(FR) Musée des Égouts | (NL) Rioleringsmuseum
Discover what lies beneath the streets of Brussels
Brussels Sewer Museum
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Located in the heart of Brussels, the Sewer Museum takes visitors underground to explore the city’s sewer system. While it may not seem like the most glamorous of destinations, the museum offers a truly unique experience that is both educational and entertaining.

The museum features exhibits on the history of the sewer system, how it was built, and how it is maintained today. Visitors can also take a guided tour of the underground tunnels, complete with interactive displays that demonstrate how the sewer system works. It’s a one-of-a-kind experience that you won’t find anywhere else in Brussels.

The inner workings of the city sewer system

Visitors can learn about the various challenges that come with maintaining a sewer system, such as dealing with blockages and preventing leaks. The museum’s exhibits provide a comprehensive look at the important role that sewers play in keeping our cities clean and safe.

Getting There

Sewer Museum is located in the west area of Brussels. It takes about 15 minutes by public transportation from other popular attractions in the city center.


Porte d’Anderlecht | Anderlechtsepoort
1000 Brussels
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Hours and Fees


Tuesday – Sunday, 10:00 – 17:00.


Mondays and 1/1, 1/5, 22/09, 1/11, 11 & 15/11, 25/12.


Your admission is free if you have Brussels Card.

Adults: €10.00
Seniors 65+ (with ID): €6.00
Students (Full-time with ID): €4.00
Young adults and Children (18 and under): Free
Visitors with disabilities: €4.00
Brussels Card Holder: Free
MuseumPassmusées holder: Free

*Everyone can enter free on every first Sunday of the month