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Concertgebouw Circuit

Explore our exciting visitors’ trail and discover the Concertgebouw’s hidden treasures!

Discover the Concertgebouw, its art and architecture during a surprise-filled visitors’ trail! There’s something for everyone, children included. They’ll have lots of fun on their very own playful discovery trail.  

Opening times and tickets

Choose a date on which you would like to book a tour on the calendar.

Choose a date on which you would like to book a tour on the calendar.



  • € 10
  • € 5 for youngsters under 26 years or with an European Disability Card
  • free for children under 6 and citizens of Bruges, Friends and members of The Keys. 
  • Every Saturday and Sunday from 10h to 18h (tickets available until 17h)
  • During the Belgian holidays open every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 
  • Buy your tickets online (above)
  • Duration: approximately 90minutes

Groups (from 15 persons)

  • Your guide immerses you in the astonishing architecture and the art collection of the Concertgebouw. 
  • Info and reservation: rondleidingen@concertgebouw.be


Guided tour 

Unfortunately, guided tours are not yet available (COVID-19). Visitors will, however, receive an attractive Concertgebouw Circuit brochure that contains all the necessary information.  

  • in Dutch or English (depending on the language preference of the majority of the participants).
  • Max. 20 people.
  • In Dutch or English (according to the composition of the group)

COVID19 - Safety first

We guarantee you a safe and enjoyable exploration of the Concertgebouw. Thanks to additional hygienic precautions, extra stickers and adapted public flows, your tour – including a relaxing visit to our Concertgebouw café with its terrace on 't Zand – will be entirely in accordance with the imposed measures.

Together we can ensure a safe and enjoyable exploration of the Concertgebouw Circuit.

  • Postpone your visit if you are ill.
  • Before you enter the building, disinfect your hands at the gel stand provided for this purpose.
  • Keep at least 1.5 meters away from staff and from other visitors who do not belong to your bubble.
  • Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly.
  • If you have to cough or sneeze, do so into the inside of your elbow.
  • You have to wear a facemask
  • Before you manipulate each of the interactive installations, disinfect your hands once again at the gel stands provided for this purpose.
  • If your visit is moving faster than that of the visitor bubble in front of you, pass them at a suitable place, always maintaining a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
  • If possible, avoid using the lifts.




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