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Tuesday to Saturday 10.00 a.m > 05.00 p.m
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Every first Saturday of the month, the Museum opens its doors for free. Practical information Every first Saturday of the […]
Exclusively for the museum, the musical performance of Mikamayonnaise resonates throughout the sewers. Taking the sounds of the museum as […]
The museum invites you to its traditional and not-to-be-missed Family Day on Saturday 1 October. Do you dare to dive […]
From July 16 to August 21, the Midi fair takes residence along the Boulevard du Midi. Come and enjoy some […]
For this spring nocturne, dive into the depths of the sewers and of the history of the Senne! Follow agents […]
Erfgoeddag is an event organized by FARO (Flemish Institution for Cultural Heritage) to highlight the rich and diverse cultural heritage […]
Robots and researchers, citizens and engineers, all mobilized to improve the state of the river. The quality of the Senne’s […]
The Museum goes to the circus Via the themes of circus and theatre, the Museum invites you to the third […]
This summer, the Sewer Museum welcomes WE LO(U)VE RADIO. This feminine collective gives the word to underground voices. By way […]
Friends of the invisible, join us in the underground of an intriguing Brussels. We will celebrate the river Senne, the […]
From 3:00 > 5:00 pm Voices in the sewers, of the Senne and of the wives of sewer workers. The […]
In keeping with the theme of “Meeting Points”, this year’s Heritage Days – the 33rd – celebrate gathering places of […]
At 7 pm, 7.30 pm, 8 pm This Thursday, 24 June, the Sewer Museum is holding an evening opening that […]
Plastics from our urban waste are impacting our oceans! The Microplastics exhibition makes the invisible visible. Come and discover how […]
11:00 > 11:45 am On the occasion of Ocean Week 2021, the Brussels Sewer Museum is organizing a discussion this […]
Our guides are happy to accompany you in the discovery of the museum. No guided tours for the moment but […]
On the occasion of Erfgoeddag, the Museum opens its doors to you free of charge. The reservation of your visit […]
Built according to video game codes, this innovative device takes you on a journey that you create yourself! Slip into […]
Are you a student and want to take your mind off things? On the occasion of the Easter holidays, discover […]
Based on the theme of tubes and intestines, the Museum invites you to its family day on Saturday 24 October.
On this Day of the Dead, the Sewer Museum paid homage to rats and the hidden creatures lurking in our capital.
An extraordinary trip into the hidden depths of the city of Brussels to uncover the key element which is vital for its smooth functioning. Awaken your senses: visit the museum and join us for creative and participatory activities, such as:
Under the dripping walls and intriguing vault of the collector sewer, PAROLE shines a light on the traces of the living. The Brussels artist thus evokes the flow of equipment, the stories and experience of sewage workers.
A collection of photos of tags, graffiti and doodles from the toilets of bars or stations and other locations. Only the Sewer Museum could make create such an exhibit. Our “hidden corners” are one of the rare public spaces that escape general surveillance. It is therefore possible to express yourself anonymously, without censorship!
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