Brussels Card doesn’t get you onto SNCB trains (or the train link between the national airport and the centre).
Most of the larger museums are closed on Monday.
Your Brussels Card is valid for 24, 48 or 72 hours after your first museum visit.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
Your Brussels Card can’t be used as a transport ticket. Go to one of STIB’s 375 GO ticket machines (located in all metro stations and at major bus and tram stops), select “EVENT PASS” on the machine’s screen and enter the numbers printed on your Brussels Card. The ticket that comes out of the machine is the only valid form of transport ticket! You must validate your ticket on every bus, tram or metro train every time you use it.
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