Bozar Palace: an unmissable gem

Bozar Palace: an unmissable gem
Bozar Palace photo source Facebook@BOZARbrussels

Updated July 3, 2024 by pierre

Bozar Palace: an unmissable gem

The Palace of Fine Arts, also known as Bozar, is the first house of European culture. initiated by Victor HortaMore, its construction began in 1922. Its advantage lies in the fact that it highlights everything that relates to the cultural richness of the city of Brussels. Discovery enthusiasts and those who are thirsty for knowledge will find what they are looking for.
Inaugurated in 1928, the Bozar Palace covers an area of 8000 m². Thanks to this gem, the public can further expand their knowledge of the local culture. At the same time, he discovers the beauty of the arts characterizing the city. The Palace has a grandiose infrastructure that distinguishes it from other cultural complexes existing in the country. It has a large concert hall that can accommodate more than 2000 people, a theater hall and some exhibition halls.

Also discover the program of concerts and events at BOZAR

The Bozar Concert Hall

The palace offers its visitors a whole discovery. At the heart of the complex is the great concert hall which constitutes a very original laboratory accessible to the general public. This room manifests the authenticity of the local architecture. Bozar reserves exceptional exhibition sessions relating to the world of cinema. The followers of this discipline will benefit from the diffusion of series, videos and other related arts. Each year, the palace organizes several exhibitions. In collaboration with international organizations and fine arts enthusiasts, whether they are professionals or young creators, it offers them a whole collection of authentic works. In principle, it devotes its exhibitions to works of contemporary art and various objects demonstrating the richness of the national heritage.

Lovers of Belgian literature will have the opportunity to rub shoulders with local and foreign authors during their visit. To their delight, the palace organizes conferences, debates, musical and poetic performances in which many artists participate. These events remain very rich in discovery and knowledge sharing thanks to the collaboration of many local and international organizations.

Vdeo of the Bozar Museum

The Bozar restaurant and Bozar café

The Bozar has a restaurant on the inside. This is one of the best restaurants in Belgium to savor a delicious moment. gastronomic. This restaurant has a Michelin star and a score of 17 out of 20 in the Gault & Millau guide. Chef Karen Torosyan will never cease to amaze you. All in a HORTA-designed setting for an unforgettable evening. It is accessible from Tuesday to Friday: from 12 p.m. to 14 p.m. and from 18 p.m. to 21:45 p.m. Saturday: 18 p.m. – 21:45 p.m.

Also, the Bozare has a café: Bozar Cafe Victor. It is open every day: from 10 a.m. to 23 p.m. The kitchen is open from 11:30 a.m. to 21 p.m.
It closes one hour after the end of the last performance. Treat yourself to the pleasure of sharing your impressions and relax with friends in a magnificent setting. The Bozar Café Victor offers a menu including breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner.

Bozar address and contact

Call Center to order tickets +32(0)25078200
Address Rue Ravenstein 23, 1000 Brussels

Bozar opening hours

Exhibitions are accessible from Tuesday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 18 p.m.
Bozar is closed on Mondays

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