Gare Maritime

As the bustling heart of the Tour & Taxis neighborhood, Gare Maritime mixes and matches co-creation-based businesses, a food hall, bars, food markets, terraces and unconventional shops. This extraordinary concept is catalyzing the neighborhood. New hotspots and events are fostering a pioneering energy that got people wondering… is Gare Maritime becoming Brussels’ new prime lifestyle destination? We believe it is!


Belgian Beer World

Welcome to Belgian Beer World, the beer museum located in the splendid building of the Brussels Stock Exchange. Beer is a great Belgian tradition that is passed down – and enjoyed! – from generation to generation. It is even listed as UNESCO World Heritage. At Belgian Beer World, hundreds of Belgian brewers, from the smallest to the largest, invite you to immerse yourself in the world of our beers and our Belgian identity.


The VK is an experimental cultural center where music, Molenbeek, and society converge


GO!4cITy is a warm school where authenticity is paramount. Every student can be themselves in a positive and pleasant atmosphere. Openness, connection, and engagement are core values of our school.

House of Cultures

In the heart of historic Molenbeek, on the symbolic border at the “other side” of the canal, in an area rich in diverse population groups, the House of Cultures and Social Cohesion was founded in 2006. It houses an accessible, public artistic space, a unique initiative unmatched in Belgium.


Molenbeek as you’ve never seen it before!
Since 2017, MoMuse welcomes young and old explorers who want to discover Molenbeek-Saint-Jean. Through the museum’s halls, 1000 objects and images tell the story of the municipality, its inhabitants, and their ways of life.

La Fonderie

La Fonderie embodies an iconic place, bearing witness to the industrial past of the municipality of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean. Founded in 1983, the association works to highlight the heritage directly linked to this past and the multitude of themes and issues it raises through various activities.

City Hall of Brussels

Of all of the town halls in the country, the City of Brussels town hall is undoubtedly one of the most majestic! This Gothic building, built in the 15th century, is enhanced by its setting on the Grand-Place, often described as the most beautiful square in the world.

Hall Saint-Géry

The Halles Saint-Géry aim to showcase the uniqueness of Brussels through its heritage, town planning and urban cultures. Throughout the year, they host festivals, installations, performances, multidisciplinary creations and other large events.

Ravenstein Gallery

The Ravenstein Gallery, which leads to Central Station, forms an important connection between the upper and lower city. The gallery, which houses shops and restaurants, remains a busy thoroughfare for numerous Brussels residents and commuters to this day.

The Royal Saint-Hubert Galleries

The Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert is an ensemble of three glazed shopping arcades. It consists of the King’s Gallery, the Queen’s Gallery and the Princes’ Gallery. Construction work began in 1846 and the official inauguration took place on 20 June 1847, in the presence of Leopold I.

Plein Public

The imposing building was used as a reception hall for official ceremonies during Expo 58, but then fell into disuse for decades. Until 2019, when Plein Public took up residence there. Today, the stately gates conceal a meeting place for foodies, partygoers and art lovers alike. A hip hotspot with architectural allure that you should not skip when exploring the city!


The first food market in Brussels in a former bank. They use the authentic elements as much as possible. For example, each restaurant is housed in a former ticket office in order to preserve the rich history of the building.

Museum of Illusions

Welcome to the Museum of Illusions Brussels where nothing is what it seems! You will challenge your perception and trick your senses with over 60 mind-bending exhibits and optical illusions that will have you scratching your head. Go through the mind-bending Vortex, let the Following Eyes and Hollow Faces follow your journey and spin the Turning Tables!

Grand Hospice

A mix of the “pop-up bar and lanterns” spirit, a trendy bar and an urban oasis, the Grand Hospice is one of those new hybrid places that Brussels really love and that make the city more vibrant. The gardens of the former Pacheco Institute, a neoclassical complex with beautiful colonnades and a listed interior park, have become a meeting point for a wide range of social and cultural activities.

Brasserie de la Senne

At the forefront of the craft beer revival in Brussels, Brasserie de la Senne has worked to reintroduce highly hopped beers. Their range also includes barrel-aged mixed-fermentation beers, as well as beers re-fermented with local brettanomyces yeast.

Royal Depot

The Royal Depot, which was built between 1904 and 1907, is a magnificent building of brick, natural stone, steel and glass. It was initially intended for long-term goods storage. A railway line ran through this warehouse located alongside the port of Brussels, making it part of the Tour & Taxis multimodal centre. Having been restored in 2000, the Royal Depot now comprises both shops and offices. Many artistic events, trade fairs, music festivals and exclusive evening events have also been organised there.

La Bellone

La Bellone is a place of research and reflection, dedicated to creative processes, a tool for performing artists and all those interested in the making of stage writings.