Royal Museum of Mariemont
Chaussée de Mariemont, 100
Tel. : +32(0)64 21 21 93
Fax : +32(0)64 26 29 24
E-mail : email@example.com
Opening of the Museum :
Given new measures put in place by the Federal Government to prevent the spread of COVID-19 the Royal Museum of Mariemont will be closing its doors until further notice.
Opening of the Park
Park OPEN every day at 9.00 from April to September and at 1000 from October to March.
CLOSED at 17.00 from November to March and at 18.00 from april to October (at 19.00 on Sundays and bank holidays from May to August).
First Sunday of each month, the access to the Museum and its collections (temporary or permanent) is FREE.
Access to the museum (including permanent collections and temporary exhibitions):
Adults: 5 €
Seniors (+65): 2,50 €
Students/Teachers: 2 €
Children under 12 years old: free
Person with handicap: 2€
ICOM card: free (1 person) by showing your card
museumPASSmusées: free (1 person) by showing your card
Guided visit for groups:
available by appointment in EN-FR-NL (sp(at)mariemont.be)
Adults: 100€ (max. 25 persons) + entrance Museum (4€ per person)
Seniors: 75€ (max. 25 persons) + entrance Museum (2,5€ per person)
Students: 75€ (max. 25 persons) + entrance Museum (1€ per person)
Accessibility: The Museum is at the heart of a Parc. There is 500m between the entrance of the Parc and the entrance of the Museum, that you can cover on an asphalt way. The Museum is totally accessible for wheelchair users: lift and adapted toilet. Wheelchairs are available.
Parking places for wheelchair users exist along the Museum. Access in pictures to be found here.
The Estate of Mariemont is recognized as a bird reserve. This is why dogs are forbidden, even if kept on a lead.
Mariemont is also listed as exceptional heritage. This is why it is forbidden to ride a car or a bike inside the Estate (except for the good running of the Estate).
DURATION OF A VISIT
Discovering the Museum takes 1 to 2 hours.
If you want to read every text information and take your time, you should allow about 4 hours.
Discovering a temporary exhibition (on the 2nd floor) takes 1 to 2 hours.
Discovering a temporary exhibition (around the precious library) takes about 30 minutes.
If you want to visit both the permanent collections and a temporary exhibition (on the 2nd floor), you should allow 2 to 3 hours.