Practical Information

2020-03-13 ... 2020-04-03

On Thursday 12 March the National Security Council and the federal government took additional measures in an effort to curb the corona virus pandemic (COVID-19) in our country. Among other measures, and as a sanitary precaution, gatherings in confined spaces are forbidden and “social distance” is recommended.

The War Heritage Institute will therefore be closed to visitors for the next three weeks (through 3 April). This decision with immediate effect is applied to our six sites (i.e.: Royal Military Museum Brussels, Fort Breendonk, Trench of Death Dixmude, Bastogne...

The entrance is in the park.(Click here for the map)

For information about the documentation centre and its collections (archives, library, maps and plans, drawings and graphic art, photographs etc.):

Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History
Documentation Centre
Jubelpark, 3
1000 Brussels

Tel. :   02/737 79 34 – 31
cdoc.klm-mra@warheritage.be

The Documentation Centre is closed during the weekend and on Monday, as well as on public holidays, between Christmas and New year and for two weeks in September (yearly stocktaking)

In 2016, its is closed on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Easter Monday, Ascension Day, 1 May , Whit Monday, 21 July, 15 August , 1 & 2 November, 11 November, 15 November, 25 & 26 December. 

The print collection and map collection can only be consulted on appointment. Please state the object of your research when you make an appointment.

The documents will be delivered on the following hours:

9:15 9:45 10:30 11:15
13:30 14:15 15:15