Saturday night in Brussels: Museum Night Fever 2023

On the night of 21-22 October, Brussels will once again be the scene of Museum Night Fever, when numerous museums, cultural centres and concert halls will open their doors to the public. In total, 33 museums will take part in this annual event.

Museum Night Fever will once again attract visitors with a varied programme. The Animalia exhibition at Train World, a drag show at the 'art et marges' museum, guided tours at the Canal or a performance about rats versus humans at the Brussels Sewage Museum. Those who want to dance the night away can go to Botanique or C12.


For the first time in several editions, Bozar, the Musical Instruments Museum and the Autrique House will also participate. The Schaarbeek Beer Museum will also open its doors for the first time.

Museum Night Fever will occur from 7 p.m. on Saturday until 1 a.m. on Sunday. For this event, the STIB-MIVB will provide three shuttles. Buses from the Noctis network will run through Brussels from midnight to 3 a.m. to take party-goers home safely.

The entire programme and all practical information can be found at Tickets are 15 euros.



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