All year long
The famed Palace of Fine Arts, or Palais des Beaux Arts is known as the Bozar, and is one of the best-known cultural establishments in the whole of Belgium; the people of Brussels hold the Bozar close to their hearts indeed.
Built from 1922 onwards to a design by Victor Horta the edifice was one of the first to employ the architectural language of the Art Deco style.
A key institution within the Mont des Arts cultural project, the Fine Arts Palace continues to be a cornerstone of cultural exchange within the city.
Closed on 1 January and 25 December
Rates liable to change without prior notice. Reservations available online or at the ticket booth on rue Ravenstein, at the entrance of the Ravenstein gallery.
Open Monday to Saturday from 11Am to 7PM. July and August: open Monday to Friday from 11AM to 5PM. Closed one hour before representations on weekends.
Exhibition tickets available at the door.