This museum may be the only one of its kind in Europe. It celebrates street an urban art in its every variety, or, as they call it, Culture 2.0. Ranging from the stylish, to the surreal, the bizarre and simply undefinable, the artwork here captures urban culture in all imaginable mediums - music, graphics, sport fine art and street art. It has both permanent collections and special exhibitions. For example, there’s a room simply painted in psychedelic colors. Also included are wall installations, paintings, and monuments. Most of the works are from 2000 onwards.
Mima Travel Tips
- Check out the restaurant.
- Guided tours need to be requested.
Entrance Ticket Details For Mima
- EUR 7.5 for 12 - 18 year olds, groups of 10+, disabled, students and unemployed.
- Free for under 12.
How to Reach Mima
- Subway 1 and 5 stop Comte de Flandre.
- Tram 82, Bus 86 stop Driehoek.
- Tram 51, Bus 86 stop Ninoofsepoort.
- Bus 89 stop Olifant.
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0.16% of people who visit Brussels include Mima in their plan
50% of people start their Mima visit around 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Mima
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Mima
People normally also visit Porte De Hal while planning their trip to Mima.
Mima Reviews & Ratings
This was a really fun musuem! We breezed through it in under an hour since we arrived near closing time, but there are several interactive exhibits that made us wish we had longer. The art seems to focus on surreal elements - this is not a typical museum!
It’s a great place to check if you stay more than 2 days in Brussels. Be aware that it is closed on Monday and Tuesday. Check before your visit.
For such a small place it is amazing to see how much they can surprise you with a great selection of art.
It probably depends on what's on show, but the Dream Box is not my cup of tea. Mostly oriented towards children, but you won't keep then busy long. Nice rooftop view.
It is ok, but I wasn't swept off of my feet. It is a small museum in a nice building. They had some interactive art, but with technical issues. The staff was helpful, but I was not in the mood to wait. There is a small restaurant inside with menus at lunchtime (from 12.30 to 14) and a nice pizza offer. Discount for teachers (almost half-price). Just bring your school badge. The souvenir shop is a bit expensive, but on the other hand, there are funny T-shirts to buy fo adults and kids.