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Royal Palace (Palais Royal)

Place des Palais, Brussels, Belgium
+32 2 551 20 20
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Place des Palais, Brussels, Belgium
+32 2 551 20 20
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The Royal Palace is a self guiding tour with a brochure. It was nice to see the rooms and the displays. I personally would of preferred a guided tour, but I'm glad I went through the Palace.

Thank wbsAlberta
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This was an interesting visit on a fairly busy Saturday afternoon. There is not a huge amount to see but inside the Palace is very impressive. There were a number of additional displays which kept us all engaged - the Technopolis display was a good...More

Thank Tartan-Chocolate
Reviewed 5 days ago

It's a nice palace to visit. But be aware it is not "le Palais de Versailles" Interesting to learn more about our kingdom. My grand daughters (6 & 8y) liked it a lot. Visits only possible July & August. Free entrance. no guided tour

Thank ANNE D
Reviewed 5 days ago

Although the interior needs repainting, it is definitely worth visiting, f.e. because of the contemporary Belgian art on display : Jan Fabre's scarrabees, Michael Borremans small paintings 'lakeien'. The small exposition on Karel, count of Flanders, was also interesting and the children enjoyed the technical...More

Thank lodeenisa
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were shocked and very pleased to find out that the entry was free! Well worth a visit as it only takes around 30-40 minutes to walk around the sectioned areas.

Thank AshleighPoole
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited here today and only for we were told on a walking tour yesterday we wouldn't have believed it was free admission. What a privilege to be allowed to walk around a country's royal palace (which is absolutely spectacular) for free. If you are...More

Thank DavidWray96
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is absolutely beautiful inside. If you happen to be in Brussels is a MUST to visit it! The chandeliers will take your breath away, promise! Also i believe that from June to September you can visit it for free and that makes it even...More

Thank _valdushka
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful building. There is no entrace fee when the palace is open. I really liked the room with insects in the roof.

Thank Karolina P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Open to the public from 22 July till 3 September. Free admission, closed on Mondays. Especially loved the Marshals' Room with the 'Valet' paintings of Michaël Borremans, the Throne Room with the magnificent chandeliers and the Hall of Mirrors with the fabulous 'Heaven of Delight'...More

Thank Peter D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A gorgeous palace which almost rivals Buckingham palace in terms of size and grandeur. Very pleasant approach through the park - a pleasant spot on a warm day.

Thank mezzy74
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laura m
27 October 2016|
Response from Richard S | Reviewed this property |
I'm sorry but I'm not sure at that time of year but usually everything is open.
Donna-Lynn C
11 March 2016|
Response from Michel B | Reviewed this property |
Tous les ans : du 22 juillet au 15 septembre.