Visit & Learn

Education

Each season, Bozar offers yet another surprising and richly varied programme, tailored to the needs of your pupils and students.

Values such as inclusion, participation, a critical spirit, diversity and emancipation always form a key part of our programme. The things you can experience together include an interactive concert, guided tours and film screenings, or why not embark on a voyage of discovery with your students to find out what's happening at the cutting edge of art and science? Here, you can browse through the entire programme for nursery, primary, secondary, higher and special education and part-time art education.

You will find all the rates for activities that form part of our programme for schools on the page of the event itself, but we also provide other attractive rates for students and teachers, which you can find on the Tickets page.

Reservation requests for school groups are made via a request form that can be found on the event page.

Once the form has been completed, our team will contact you personally to confirm the visit and inform you of the payment conditions.

School groups enter Bozar through the main entrance. Read all about the accessibility of the Centre for Fine Arts here.

Do you have practical questions or queries about our programme? We remain at your disposal to help you prepare for your visit in the best possible way. 

Groups@bozar.be

T +32 2 507 83 36

Our tailor-made offering

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Preschool and primary education

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Secondary, higher and part-time art education

FAQ

You should book a guided tour at least three weeks in advance. You can also book later, but certain conditions apply.  

All other activities such as concerts can be booked at any time. Please note that concerts often sell out quickly, so it is better to book a certain amount of time beforehand.

If so, let us know when you make your reservation and we will adapt your visit accordingly. For example, we can welcome groups in foreign languages or future teachers. Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss this.

If so, please let us know by sending us an e-mail at groups@bozar.be.To ensure the comfort and safety of visitors, we limit the number of groups in the exhibitions. Groups without a guide are therefore required to book their visit in advance. Don't forget that you must stay with the students from start to finish. The group should not exceed fifteen people per teacher.  

Click here for more information about guided tours of the exhibitions.

Bozar does not have a lunchroom for groups. That's why we recommend this place in the neighbourhood where you can eat your sandwiches:

Cafetaria BIP – Brussels Info Place

Rue Royale 2-4, B-1000 Brussels

Capacity: 110 persons

From 10am to 6pm

Reservations via bipforrent@bip.irisnet.be

These organisations may be able to help you:

• Lasso, www.lasso.be

• FCC, www.vgc.be/subsidies-en-dienstverlening/onderwijs

• Culture cure, www.cultuurkuur.be/subsidies

 

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