Accessibility : visiting Brussels with a disability

accessibilité à Bruxelles


Brussels is setting itself up to be a city for everyone, with lifts in metro stations, floor guidance, audible signals at pedestrian crossings, adapted taxis and assistance in the metro and train. It is constantly improving access to transport, services, recreation and housing. Many hotels, restaurants, shops, attractions, museums and cultural sites have adapted their facilities so that people with less mobility can make the most of their visit to Brussels



For more information

The brochure "be accessible," lists some 50 museums and tourist attractions accessible to people with reduced mobility. The activities listed in this brochure allow everyone to discover accessible locations and enjoy our museum collections in a dynamic, creative way. The brochure is free of charge and available in FR/NL/EN/DE at offices (Grand-Place and BIP).  

Don't forget to show your European Disability Card  at participating museums.