The Musée Magritte Museum, open since June 2 2009, is situated at the Place Royale in Brussels and is dedicated to the life, works of art and thoughts of the Belgian surrealist artist René Magritte (1898-1967). This outstanding museum hosts a collection made up of the world´s richest and most varied work of René Magritte, supplemented by loans from numerous private collectors.


Rue de la Régence 3
1000 Brussels


+32 2 508 32 11

Accessibility information

The museum organises adapted tours for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors, and for people with a visual impairment. Individual deaf visitors can join a guided tour with a deaf guide once a month. The tour is organised on the second Saturday of each month. Those who do not want to join a guided tour, can borrow a tablet from the reception. It gives in formation in Flemish, French and American Sign Language about a variety of works in the museum. For a group visit in sign language you need to reserve with 
If you have a hearing aid, you can also reserve the Guide-U system. This system, with a headphone and microphone, is connected to your hearing aid. Ask about it when you make a reservation. Visitors with a visual impairment should certainly give the monthly Equinox programme a try. With relief drawings, music, poetry, all kinds of objects, 3D productions and audio description you can discover the wonderful world of Magritte.

Local map

Below you will find an interactive map.

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