Access and facilities

  • Keen to welcome all visitors, the museum’s teams do all they can to help make the museum accessible to people with a hearing, visual or intellectual impairment.
  • The museum is accessible, upon request, to people with reduced mobility through the back of the building.
  • The museum does not have toilets for people with reduced mobility.

If you would like information on the museum’s accessibility, please consult the museum’s information sheet regarding the degree of accessibility, drawn up after an Access-i audit

Buggies are not allowed in the museum.

You can ask to leave your buggy at reception. Depending on how busy it is or the space available, our guards will find a spot for it.

The museum does not have a cloakroom.

Since the cloakroom is small, suitcases and luggage cannot be brought into the museum.

  • Luggage lockers are available at the Central Station
  • Umbrellas must be left at the museum entrance. The museum denies all responsibility in cas of theft.

Since the museum is small, it does not have any toilets.

Public toilets are available near the museum

Animals are not allowed in the museum.
Guide dogs are, of course, allowed.

Yes, he museum is open during lunch time. You can find our opening hours here

Yes, the museum has a shop.

It offers magnets, postcards, playing cards, publications, activity books and various small souvenir items with the image of Manneken-Pis.

The museum itself does not have a restaurant.

There are many restaurants, snack bars and other eateries on and around the Grand-Place.

You can get to the museum by train, bus, tram or metro. Here are the nearest stops 

The museum does not have a bicycle shed.
You can leave your bike at the Cyclo bicycle shed at

You can use the following parking garages:

  • If weather permits, you can take a lunch break in the pedestrian area of the city centre.
  • Subject to availability, VisitBrussels can provide the use of the Agora hall in the BIP Meeting Center for free, Rue Royale 2-4. Book in advance via email, specifying the name of the school group, the date, time and number of pupils. More info: Visit Brussels 
  • The pub at the Toone theatre can also host school groups at reasonable prices with one paid drink per pupil. Book in advance. For reservations, see the website: Toone theatre


My visit

A reservation is not required for your visit, but it is recommended.

  • For events, space being limited, reservation is required.
  • On the first Sunday of every month, the Museum hosts many visitors. Therefore it is advisable to reserve which you can do here 

The museum offers guided tours on the theme of Manneken-Pis at the Brussels City Museum

Some tours take the groups to the GardeRobe, with time to visit it as you wish.

No, group visits require a reservation.

If you don’t have a reservation and there are other groups at the museum at the same time, you may be denied access to guarantee the comfort of individual visitors, groups and guides.

You can visit the museum from the age of 3.

Our team offers a colouring book for our very young visitors, and treasure hunts for children from age 5.

The average museum visit lasts 30 minutes.

No, the museum does not offer this option.

The museum accepts cash, Bancontact and variouscredit cards.

What is there to see?

Located just a few steps from the Manneken-Pis fountain, this unique museum displays nearly 150 marvellous outfits from around the world. The outfits are exhibited in thematic display cases: countries, trades, personalities, civic or sports associations, carnivals and folklore.

Pop-up displays are provided all year round to enliven the GardeRobe MannekenPis. They focus on various themes to offer a different way to enjoy the outfits in the collection!

You can check the monthly dressing calendar here

You can take photos or videos of our collections without flash, as long as you respect the other visitors.