I already have a ticket for March 14, is it valid on October 3?
Yes! You can use your voucher or bracelet on October 3. You don't have to do anything else!
How much is an MNF pass?
The pass costs € 13 in advance and € 17 on the day itself. Purchases via our website incur a € 1 service fee.
What does an MNF pass entitle me to?
Your MNF pass grants you access to all participating museums, to all the activities taking place in them, to afterparties, to MNF shuttles running between participating museums from 7pm to 1am, and to all STIB Noctis buses between midnight and 3am. Hold on to your MNF pass! It gives you an extra opportunity to visit one of the participating museums for free until 31 October 2020.
Are there any discounts?
Yes, the MNF pass can be bought with an Article 27 ticket (€ 1.25). The same applies with a Paspartoe: reduced price (€ 2) or with the digital culture voucher (value € 6) in Muntpunt and in participating museums that accept it, see here. Last but not least, children under 12 accompanied by an adult get in free.
Can I still purchase a pass on the day?
You can still buy a pass on the day in almost all the participating museums until 11.30pm unless they’re sold out.
In which museums can I use my MNF pass until 31st October 2020?
All of them in exchange for your wristband!
Do I have to purchase a pass if I only want to visit one single museum?
Yes. We think that MNF is a great opportunity to visit several museums that evening. There are so many things to do that it would be a pity to limit yourself to just one museum. You have to admit that € 13 to visit museums for a whole evening is a great bargain!
Can I use my MuseumPASSmusée during MNF?
No. Given the late opening hours and the many activities, no discount card is being accepted during the evening (except Art27 and Paspartoe).
Can I use the standard STIB network (buses, trams and metro)?
No. Your MNF pass only gives you access to special MNF buses and Noctis (between midnight and 3am). You can recognise the special buses by the MNF logo on front of them. Your MNF pass does not allow you to travel free on standard STIB bus, tram and metro routes.
Is there wheelchair access to MNF?
Yes, in every museum except the Crossbow Museum, Coudenberg, Maison du Roi, Fashion & Lace Museum and the Boghossian Foundation (call ahead).
How to get to Brussels ?
Bruxelles Central Station is only a 5-minutes walk from Mont des Arts and Grand-Place.
You can find a map listing car parks and transit car parks here.
By public transport
Check the website of STIB.
Caution: your MNF pass only entitles you to special MNF buses and Noctis buses (0:00-3:00). You will need to buy standard tickets for all your journeys on the standard network.