From 24 November to 3 December 2023.
The main aim of Disabilities Week in Brussels is to :
To mark the occasion, a number of cultural institutions have decided to become partners of the Week. The City is working with museums that are members of Brussels Museums.
Bozar is offering guided tours of the Victor Horta and the Grammar of Art Nouveau exhibition in LSFB and VGT on 30/11 and 2/12, as well as for the Antoni Tapies exhibition. The practice of art in LSFB on 3/12.
The Cinematek is organising film screenings and discussions around the film Extra-ordinaire!(FR), Young Frankenstein (VOSTBIL) on 3/12. This fine programme is rounded off by a guided tour of the history of the inventions that contributed to the creation of cinema in VGT and LSFB on 3/12.
The Fashion and Lace Museum offers a unique introduction to the world of the Belgian-American designer Diane von Fürstenberg (in VGT on 2/12).
Visit the Opéra de la Monnaie on 29/11 and 2/12 for a lyrical experience.
On 3/12, the Musée de la Ville de Bruxelles (Brussels City Museum) invites you to discover, in LSFB, the history of Brussels and the development of the city, not forgetting the Grand-Place and the museum’s masterpiece: the Maison du Roi (King’s House).
The “Sur le bout des doigts” company will be telling you legends about the Manneken-Pis, in both words and signs (LSFB and VGT), and you can also discover the soundtrack around the 13th-century model and take part in the game created for and by people with learning disabilities.
All these great initiatives by Brussels museums can be found here