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2022-03-30 ... 2022-04-17

The Military Museum safeguards thousands of objects. The curator is currently drawing up the inventory and could definitely use some help to complete this huge task! By solving various riddles, you can discover the name of our mystery item... And a small surprise awaits you at the end of the circuit !

Circuit available in French and Dutch, upon request at the main reception desk during the Easter holidays + in download on our website

  • From Saturday 2 April through Sunday 17 April 2022;
  • Free of charge (included in the entrance fee);
  • ...
2021-11-10 ... 2022-04-08

NEW TEMPORARY EXHIBITION AT THE ROYAL ARMY MUSEUM!

In March 2020, our country went in lockdown for the first time, due to a novel and unknown coronavirus. This virus has hit hard, especially in residential care centers. Logistical and medical assistance quickly became necessary, and the medical component of the Defense was called upon for this purpose.

It is in this context that the 1st reserve petty officer of the 3EMI and professional photographer at the War Heritage Institute, Jerusalem Piérard, was commissioned to capture this mission, respecting sanitary and customary...

Come to the Royal Military Museum during Spring Break and do our carnival tour with your children!

Let us convince you that the Royal Military Museum and Carnival are compatible, and discover in 8 stops our collection in a different way.

For children ages 6 to 13.

The route is included in the entrance fee. Feel free to ask about it at the reception! (only available in Dutch en French)

You can also find it here and print it yourself

Dear visitors,

For the festive season, our opening hours are changing! The Royal Museum of the Army will close its doors at 14.00 on the 24th and 31st of December 2021 (last entrance at 13.00).

2021-10-15 ... 2021-12-31

Dear visitors,

In Brussels and in Wallonia, our sites follow the current security measures and the introduction of the Covid Safe Ticket. Visitors between 12 and 16 must either present a Covid Safe Ticket or wear a mask, and the Covid Safe Ticket is compulsory for visitors over the age of 16. With the Covid Safe Ticket, the wearing of a mask is no longer mandatory in our premises.

These rules apply from 15 October onwards at the Army Museum!

⚠️ For school groups, the CST is not compulsory but then the mask obligation remains in order to guarantee...

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