The programme is online and you can buy your ticket!

Museum Night Fever 2022 at Museum of the Army - people watching a performance


How are you doing? Me, I’m great! 

Especially because, today we’re launching the Museum Night Fever programme online, and it’s just craaa-zy.

Check it out for yourself here.

And I’ve even already got my ticket! You can buy yours online, but also at some of the participating museums, and physical shops of, Fnac, MuntPunt, and ULB Culture.

Get your ticket during the pre-sale (until 20/10) and enjoy the reduced rate of €15 for a standard ticket and €19 for a standard ticket + afterparty.

Do you have a Museum Pass? Then you can buy your MNF pass with a €9 discount. And this year, you can even buy your ticket online with the museumPASSmusées discount. 

Let me come back to the programme for a second.

Frankly, there’s something for everyone. I’m not quite sure what you like, so I’ve put together a short list of things you might like to do. But the best thing is to go and see for yourself! 

If you like dancing, you’re in for a treat! At the Cinematek, the Museum of the National Bank, the BELvue Museum, the Art & History Museum, the MIMA, the Maison des Arts, Train World. Of course, you can extend your night at the afterparty at either the Botanique or at C12.

Are you an animal lover? Go to the Museum of Natural Sciences, La Loge, or the Sewer Museum.

If you like science and technology, we’ll be talking about it at K1 - KANAL-Centre Pompidou or Halles Saint-Géry.

Do you prefer listening to live music? There are lots of different concerts at the MIM, Autoworld, the Botanique, the Belgian Museum of Freemasonry and the Brussels City Museum.

If you like a cosy, friendly atmosphere, the Maison Autrique and the Beer Museum of Schaerbeek are the perfect places to chill out.

If you’re more of a DIY enthusiast, the House of European History, the CIVA, the ISELP and the Museum of Crossbow Archery are just what you’re looking for.

If you want to be blown away, the GardeRobe Manneken Pis, the Boghossian Foundation - Villa Empain and the Art & Marges Museum are for you.

If you want to stick to the classics, then you should go to Bozar, WIELS, the Museum of the Army, and the Charlier Museum.

If you love solving riddles, the Comic Strip Museum and the Coudenberg Palace have some great games for you.

How about a trip back in time? Take the green shuttle and hop on a historic bus from the Tram Museum.

I also wanted to tell you

If you can’t find your way around the website, you can find the printed MNF programme at participating museums and at (among others). I put it here too if it’s easier for you.

For practical questions, we’ve put together a FAQ. Information about the prices and where to buy your ticket are on the tickets page.

See you soon by email, and in the meantime, you can catch me on our socials. (Insta & TikTok especially, but Facebook too).



PS: we’re still looking for volunteers! Would you like to help out for part of the evening? Sign up here!