Brussels Museums is an independent non-profit organisation that brings together over 100 museums in Brussels. Our association aims to enhance the image of Brussels' museums and to ensure their accessibility to all.
To democratize and make the city’s museums more accessible, Brussels Museums organises numerous initiatives: Museum Night Fever, Brussels Museums Nocturnes, the city pass Brussels Card, the portal site for all things culture brusselsmuseums.be and the museum map.
Brussels Museums also carries out important consultation work for its museums and is committed to open museums that truly reflect the diversity of our society.
How we work
The General Assembly, in which each museum holds a voice, establishes every year the list of priority projects. The Administrative Committee makes sure that they are successfully completed. A permanent committee makes sure the projects are concretely achieved.
Brussels Museums is supported by the Brussels-Capital Region, the two community commissions (French and Flemish), the Flemish Community, the French Community, the City of Brussels, the National Bank of Belgium and by its members.
Board of directors
Claire Leblanc (Museum of Ixelles)
Kristien Opstaele (Royal Museum of Central Africa)
David Guilardian (Collections of the Public Social Welfare Bureau of Brussels)
Anne-Lize Kochuyt (Planetarium of Brussels)
Pascale Falek-Alhadeff (Jewish Museum of Belgium)
Tine Anthoni (Belgian Comic Strip Center)
Sébastien de Baere (Autoworld)
Julie Bouniton (KBR)
Frédérique Honoré (Coudenberg)
Arnaud Matagne (MoMuse)
Peggy Van Lierde (Choco-Story)
Isabelle Van Loo (Museum of Natural Sciences)