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Parking rules and prices - Musée des Instruments de Musique MIM

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On-street parking: paid - orange zone

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This page will help you park easily around your destination - Musée des Instruments de Musique MIM . It will inform you about free, disc or paid parking spots and the prices and schedules of these. The interactive map beneath will help you find free, cheap and more advantageous parking in 1000 Brussel.

Parking - Musée des Instruments de Musique MIM
Parking nearby

Musée des Instruments de Musique MIM is situated in a paid parking zone. This parking zone is colored in orange on the map above. Here are the details of the parking rules for this zone:

Orange zone
  • From Monday to Saturday from 09:00 to 18:00
  • Pricing: 0.5€ (30min), 1€ (1h), 3€ (2h)
  • Take a ticket to benefit from the free 15 min.
  • Free on Sundays and public holidays.
  • Residents card: 1st: 10€/year, 2nd: 50€/year and 3rd: 250€/year.
  • Visitors: possibility to buy a parking card for 2.5€/4h30 (max 100/year per household).
  • Free parking without time limit for disabled people.
  • Parking ticket: 25€ per half day.
Alternatives to park around

You can often find free or cheaper parking zones near your destination, however these are usually not easy to find. We have listed these parking zones hereunder. Feel free to check the interactive map of Seety to find all the best parking spots.

1. Alternatives for 5min walking

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2. Alternatieven voor 15 min lopen

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Musée des Instruments de Musique MIM

As soon as it opened at the end of the 19th century, the luxurious Old England department store earned an excellent reputation for its highly distinctive building. The entrance to the building is a jewel of the Art nouveau style while the rest is in perfect harmony with the neoclassical ensemble on the Place Royale, and just around the corner from the Grand Place and Central Station, no less! It's here in this architectural gem that the MIM took up residence in June 2000. The museum's reputation is mainly built on its extraordinary collections. With a wealth of some 7000 instruments, the MIM is currently an internationally renowned instrumental museum. Once inside, you'll embark on a true tour of the musical world. After your trip past the some 1500 pieces on exhibit, the instruments and their history will no longer hold any secrets: from viole da gamba from the Court of Brussels to the 20th century theremin, and even including the African kora! And be sure not to miss our area devoted to the instruments of Adolphe Sax. The MIM is nothing other than a place to experience music. An infrared headphone system allows each visitor to explore the thematic tours to the tune of the melodious sound of the instruments presented. Translation is no problem. Everyone knows that music is a universal language.

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