• Palais des Beaux-Arts, © Photo: Yannick Sas

  • Palais des Beaux-Arts, © Photo: Yannick Sas

  • Palais des Beaux Arts, © Photo: Mikaâl Falke

  • Palais des Beaux-Arts, © Photo: Jerome Latteur

Palais des Beaux-Arts

Brussels, Belgium

The magnificent Art Deco Palais des Beaux-Arts (Center for Fine Arts) is one of the most important venues for culture in Brussels. Designed by Victor Horta and opened in 1928, the Palais hosts the National Orchestra of Belgium and a season of classical music performances featuring top international artists. The building, much of which is underground, includes exhibition spaces, conference rooms, and a movie theater, in addition to the large, acoustically brilliant Henry Le Boeuf Hall and the Chamber Music Hall.

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Palais des Beaux-Arts
Rue Ravenstein 23
1000 Brussels
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Train: Gare Centrale (Central Station) 2 minutes on foot via the Galerie Ravenstein

Tram: Palais 92, 94

Underground: 1, 5 to Gare Centrale or Parc

Bus: Beaux-Arts 38, 71


Parking Albertine
Rue des Sols (perpendicular to Cantersteen, behind the Gare Centrale)
Open daily 7am - 1am
Direct entrance to the Palais des Beaux-Arts
Walking distance: 2-5 minutes

Parking Grand Place
Rue Marché aux Herbes 104.
Monday - Sunday, 24 hours.
Walking distance: 5-10 minutes

Parking Sablon-Poelaert
Place Poelaert.
Monday - Friday, 7am - 12pm 
Saturday, Sunday, and holidays: 10am - 12pm
Walking distance : 10-15 minutes

Seating Information

Chamber Music Room, 476 Seats

Studio, 254 Seats

Terarken, 100 Seats

Horta Hall, 750 Seats

Hall M, 100 Seats

unkown, 100 Seats