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On 19 May BOZAR has reopened its exhibition spaces. We are delighted to welcome you once again to our Keith Haring, Mondo Cane, Vjenceslav Richter and Jacqueline Mesmaeker exhibitions.

We believe that taking in culture should be a pleasure, and have put comprehensive measures in place to ensure your visit to the Centre for Fine Arts will be a safe and comfortable experience. Below you will find our guidelines and tips.
 

BEFORE YOUR VISIT TO THE EXHIBITION

Buy your ticket online on the exhibition web page.

Discount rates will be checked at the entrance. Payment via debit or credit card. The e-ticket(s) will be sent to you after payment. More info on the different rates.

Do you have a museumPASSmusées? You can now book online via this form.

You need proof of document for discount rates. You can send it via mail to tickets@bozar.be or provide it when you collect your ticke(s) at BOZAR TICKETS.

Our ticket shop will let a limited number of visitors in at a time and is only accessible if you are wearing a face mask. You cannot purchase tickets at BOZAR TICKETS, only collect pre-ordered tickets.

In order to restrict the number of people in a space, you will need to select a time slot of your choice when buying your ticket. The last visitors are admitted at 5 pm. Make sure you arrive at the exhibition promptly at the time indicated on your ticket.

You can exchange your previously bought exhibition ticket for a ticket with a time slot here.

You don’t have to print out your e-ticket; bring it ‘digitally’ on your smartphone.

People who live in the same household may visit the exhibition together. No group visits, guided tours or nocturnes are permitted.

Bring your face mask. Wearing a face mask is compulsory in the Centre for Fine Arts.

Leave your bags and backpacks at home. Our cloakrooms and lockers are closed. 
 

DURING YOUR VISIT TO THE EXHIBITION

The building’s accessibility is unchanged.

Hand sanitizer will be available at the entrance to BOZAR.

We scan your e-ticket, preferably on your smartphone, at the entrance to the exhibition.

Toilets are available. They, and other sensitive areas such as handles, are cleaned and disinfected regularly by our team.

Wear a face mask and observe the rules of social distancing:
Keep a distance of at least one-and-a-half metres from others. We have provided signage that will help you to do this, and our stewards will also keep an eye on things. A set route guides you smoothly through the exhibition.
Wearing a face mask is compulsory. BOZAR cannot provide face masks at the moment but you can buy them from Brussels Central Station or the nearby Pharmacy at Ravensteinstraat 52.

For your safety, printed visitor guides are not available but you can conveniently access them on the app, the website or via the QR codes in the exhibitions.
 

Following your visit to the exhibition

Would you like to take some Keith Haring or Mondo Cane home with you? The BOZAR BOOKSHOP is open. Of course, the same measures apply here as in the ticket shop and the exhibition spaces. BOZAR RESTAURANT and CAFE VICTOR remain closed.

We can’t wait to see you again!
 

Opening hours

Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm
Closed on Monday


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