All year long
The cathédrale Saint Michel et Sainte Gudule in Brussels was raised in starting in the 13th century, founded on the site of a former Romanesque church. It is the resting place of Sainte Gudule, hence the name.
Aside its religious functions, the edifice also hosts a number of cultural and artistic events throughout the year. The Artists' Chaplaincy of Brussels often invites local and international artists to take part in temporary exhibitions or performances.
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Archaeological vestiges, romanesque crypt and museum are open to visitors. Entry fee and opening times are independent from cathedral office times. Information by clicking here.