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Pavillons d’Octroi - Porte d’Anderlecht 1000 Brussels +32 (0)2 279 43 83

The Museum is closed

Tuesday to Saturday 10.00 a.m > 05.00 p.m

Practical details

Location

Sewer Museum
Porte d’Anderlecht | Anderlechtsepoort
1000 Brussels
T. +32 (0)2 279 43 83
M. musea@brucity.be
#sewermuseum

Directions

Tram: Porte d’Anderlecht: 51 & 82
Bus: Porte d’Anderlecht: 46
Toll parking

By Foot
Midi Station: 13’
Grand-Place: 15’

Schedule

Open: Tuesday to Saturday 10.00 a.m > 05.00 p.m
Closed: Sunday and Monday and 1/1, 1/5, 1/11, 1/15, 25/12

Rates

SIMPLE RATES
Adults 8 €
+656 €
European Disabilty Card4 €
Students > 18 years4 €
Job seeker and BIM 4 €
Art 27 + 1 chèque Art 27 1,25 €
Brussels Card Discovery (25.03 > 31.08.21)19 €
 
< 18 year * Free
Resident and City staff to Brussels *Free
First Sunday of the monthFree
Vivaqua*Free
Brussels Police* Free
Teachers*Free
Media* Free
Professional guides and speakers*Free
MuseumPassmusées *Free
ICOM, ICOMOS*Free
*On presentation of an official card
 
 
 
GUIDED VISIT
Groupes (weekend) 90€ + entrance ticket to the museum
Groupes (week) 75€ + entrance ticket to the museum
Schools groups and social organisations 50€
Visite active | multisensorielle 100€
Balade sur les traces de la Senne 150€
Groupes Vrijuit 30 €
Groupes Article 27 1,25 € + 1 ticket Art 27/pers

Single adult

Book online

Individual visit

The Sewer Museum invites you on an extraordinary journey. Immerse yourself in the history of the underground urban landscape by following the meandering path of the Senne, entering deeper and deeper into the bowels of the city. Soak up the atmosphere of a real sewer collector! Learn about sewer construction and repair, the hard work of sewage workers… not to mention the city’s water cycle. A living museum – it’s one of a kind!

Practical information

    • The museum can be visited without a guide
    • The reservation of your visit is recommanded via our booking platform

First Saturday of the month

The Museum opens its doors free of charge every first Saturday of the month.

Practical information

  • Saturday October 2, Novembrer 6, December 4


Little hands like to touch everything ...

Despite the fact that the museum is cleaned regularly, the main drain and the walkway along the River Senne may be dirty.

Therefore, the Museum asks parents with toddlers to be particularly careful.

Explorer's notebook

Are you ready for the adventure?
Take our mascot on a journey and discover the Sewer Museum, thanks to the games and puzzles in the explorer’s notebook! Your mission, if you choose to accept it:

  • Find out about the importance of water in the historical development of Brussels
  • Understand the role sewers play in a city
  • Discover the incredible profession of a sewage worker
  • Learn to appreciate the importance of preserving water for our planet and those who inhabit it

Don’t forget your boots and torch!

  • Ideal for:

    8 to 12 years

  • Duration:

    +/- 1 hour

  • Tarif:

    Available free of charge at the museum reception or to Download

Guided tour of the museum

From the tap to the wastewater treatment plant, from the ovoid sewer to the collector sewer –  follow the meandering path of our urban waterways. You will learn how brushing your teeth, taking a bath or washing your clothes has a direct impact on the functioning of the sewers!
An extraordinary and enlightening trip into the bowels of the city!

  • Ideal for:

    7 years +

  • Duration:

    1 hour

  • Tarif:

    Price: € 50 per group (max. 25 children).

     


School groups

Book online

Covid Safe Ticket

Reservation is required via our online form.

School groups are not subject to the CST presentation. However, students, teachers and accompanying persons must wear a mask in the museum.

Explorer's notebook

Are you ready for an adventure?
Take our mascot on a journey and discover the Sewer Museum, thanks to the games and puzzles in the explorer’s notebook! Your mission, if you choose to accept it:

  • Discover the origin of sewers
  • Find out about the significance of water in the development of Brussels
  • Appreciate the importance of its preservation for our planet
  • Experience the remarkable profession of sewage worker

Don’t forget your boots and torch!

  • Ideal for:

    8 to 12 years

  • Duration:

    +/- 1 hour

  • Tarif:

    Price: Available at the museum reception: € 1. You can also download it here

Guided tour of the museum

From the tap to the wastewater treatment plant, from the ovoid sewer to the collector sewer –  follow the meandering path of our urban waterways. You will learn how brushing your teeth, taking a bath or washing your clothes has a direct impact on the functioning of the sewers!
An extraordinary and enlightening trip into the bowels of the city!

  • Ideal for:

    7 years +

  • Duration:

    1 hour

  • Tarif:

    Price: € 50 per group (max. 25 children).


Teacher

Book online


PRM (people with reduced mobility)

Book online

The Sewer Museum’s team strives to facilitate accessibility for everyone, regardless of auditory, visual or intellectual disability.

  • As the building is listed, it has no lift and the upper floors are only accessible via a staircase
  • No toilets with disabled access
  • Guide dogs accepted
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Tailor-made guided tour adapted for people with intellectual disabilities.For more information on accessibility at the museum, please contact the Service: servicedespublics@brucity.be


The Museum is closed: In the event of heavy rain, for safety reasons, the Museum staff reserve the right to refuse access to the covered river and sewer.

The Location

Sewer Museum
Porte d’Anderlecht | Anderlechtsepoort
1000 Brussels
T. +32 (0)2 279 43 83

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