An outstanding staging thanks to more than 2000 pieces of collection spread over 3000 m2 immerses you in this troubled period. Objects, testimonies, films and archives raise questions. And you, what path would you have taken?
Access will be free for all on Sunday May 12! Be sure not to miss out on this opportunity.
With the support of the Regie des Bâtiments and the National Lottery
The Royal Military Museum will exceptionally be closed to the public on Wednesday May 8 because of the official inauguration of the new exhibition about the Second World War “War, Occupation, Liberation”.
You can discover this new exhibition as of May 9. On Sunday May 12 access is even free!
In order to make its various sites about Belgian military heritage more attractive, the War Heritage Institute (WHI) modified its rates policy and introduces both new formulas and new rates.
As of January 1, 2019, you can visit the various War Heritage Institute sites with a single multi-site ticket and/or a multi-site subscription. You can in that way visit six sites at attractive rates. More information here
As of January 1, 2019, new entrance rates to the various War...
From January 29 till March 30, 2019 the War Heritage Institute welcomes the Polish travelling exhibition Armoured Wings. Created in Warsaw and presented in Gdansk, it now arrives in Belgium! The visitor will discover the history of General Maczek’s Polish 1starmoured division through both sound bites and images. The exhibition was put together in the framework of the 75thanniversary of the liberation of Belgium upon initiative of the Flemish government, the Polish embassy in Belgium and the non-profit organization “Eerste Poolse Pantserdivisie België”.
Feeling the winter blues? Museum Night Fever tickets might then just be the remedy you need! The capital will indeed once again come down with its annual museum fever on Saturday February 23. True to habit, no less than 30 Brussels museums will keep the midnight oil burning (until 1 a.m.) for the twelfth edition of this unique event.
The Military Museum and its exhibition ‘Beyond the Great War’ take you back to the post First World War years, from the allied final offensive and the Versailles treaty to the reconstruction and optimism of the roaring twenties.