Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History

Currently Closed
  • Address: 1000 Brussels, Belgium
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +32-27377811
  • Ticket Price: 5 EUR
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museum, Military Museum, Family And Kids

Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History - Review

The Royal Museum of Armed Forces and Military History in Cinquantenaire Park was founded as a result of the overwhelming success of the military history exhibit at the Brussels exhibition of 1910. It comprises of about 900 items covering uniforms, weapons, vehicles, arms and armour, photographs, documents, scale models and historical artefacts like paintings, sculptures and decorations. This includes an aviation hall with civilian and military aircraft. Narratively the museum explores the evolution of military technology through the ages in every civilization. It is surprisingly engaging and insightful and is sure to be a delightful treat for all visitors.

Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History Information

  • Parking is available on the Esplanade by the Museum.
  • Disability access enabled. Better to call ahead and inform the museum.
  • Check out the sky cafe and the shop.
  • Payment only by card.
  • Limited handicap access in the Air Museum.

Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History Ticket Prices

  • EUR 4 for 6 – 26 years, 65+
  • EUR 2 for disabled people with a companion.
  • Free for under 6, and on First Wednesday of the month after 1pm.
  • Entrance to Brussels Air Museum is free.

Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History Hours

  • Last admission at 4:00pm.
  • Brussels Air Museum: 9:00am-4:30pm.
  • Closed on election days.

How To reach Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History by Public Transport

  • Subway 1 and 5; Bus 36 stop Schuman.
  • Tram 81; Buses 22, 27, 61, 80, N06 stop Merode.

Restaurants Near Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History

  • Restaurant Midi-Cinquante
  • La Terrase
  • EXki

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  • Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History Address: 1000 Brussels, Belgium
  • Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History Contact Number: +32-27377811
  • Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History Price: 5 EUR
  • Best time to visit Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History(preferred time): 09:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History: 03:00 Hrs
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  • 21.85% of people who visit Brussels include Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History in their plan

  • 77.31% of people start their Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History

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Royal Museum Of The Armed Forces And Military History, Brussels Reviews

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  • This place is amazing! There is so much to see you can't really do it in one day. Also gives entrance to go on the arc tower. Great for kids too, although they are probably done in two hours running through and might get bored, unless you tell them a good story. Behind you have the airplanes and tanks, children love that part and keep themselves entertained there. Airplane hall has a restaurant with fair priced food and drinks and has a jet cockpit the children can climb and play in.

  • Fantastic museum especially if you are passionate about aviation and military machines. A walk through the museum takes you long time back. The museum is way more bigger inside then expected. Easy to locate, close to metro station, suitable for all ages, couples, families and friends, and affordable as price. Definetelly will visit again.

  • They have a great collection or aircraft. Cafe left a bit to be desired. If you go upstairs you can access a vantage point on top of the arch and look down over the park as well as up the Boulevard to Montgomery. At €5 per adult it is well worth the visit and I think it is a good level of entrance fee for the museum.

  • Really cool museum, especially the big hall with all the airplanes. And the areas with the tanks etc. The rest of the museum is rather boring and very old fashioned. But the best things about this museum are the super cheap entry fees and the fact that you can climb the arch and enjoy the view over Brussels. Would definitely recommend this museum.

  • The new display from 1918 onwards was very interesting. The flying section was great too. Use the lift if going to the top for great views of Brussels

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