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>> The Clockarium Museum in Brussels

the museum's art deco building in Brussels

The Clockarium museum is conveniently housed in Schaerbeek, at the entrance to Brussels,
in a nice Art Deco house built in 1935 by the architect G. Bossuyt.

More than a thousand ceramic mantel clocks are displayed on three floors:

  • The first floor is devoted to French and Czech art deco ceramic clocks (see a panoramic view).
  • The second floor is for Belgian clocks.
  • The third floor is for art deco ceramic clocks of various origins: German, Dutch, Austrian, Italian and unknown.
    Also, a room is devoted to decadent clocks from the Fifties till now.
  • In the cloakroom on the ground floor, antique and collectible clocks former to 1920 are displayed.

Unfortunately, there is no elevator, which makes the visit difficult for people with limited mobility.

>> Visit

The museum is open on Sundays except Belgian school holidays to individual visitors for a guided tour in French.
It starts at 3:05 pm sharp and ends around 4:30 pm. Doors open at 2:55 pm.
ALWAYS check our closing days before showing up!

Private visits in English can also be organised for groups. More info...

>> Sunday visit's tariffs

Entrance fee: 6 Euros (or about 4 GBP, 8 USD...).
Discounts for seniors, students, veterans...
Free for the Clockarium members and for calm children closely supervised by their parents!
Difficult for people with limited mobility (3 storey, no elevator).

Satisfied or your money back !

>> Private Visits - on request

We welcome groups for private guided visits, in English, French or Dutch. Three packages are proposed:

Basic Visit: 

Entrance: 5€ per person, with a minimum of 10 people,
plus 60€ per guide (max. 16 people per guide).
Option: 12€ flat per person (min. 8 people).


Guided visit followed by a drink (thee/coffee or cider/orange juice).
Entrance: 10€ per person, with a minimum of 10 people,
plus 60€ per guide (max. 16 people per guide).

Tea Time Visit:   

Tea/coffee and a piece of tart are served after the guided visit.

Entrance: 16€ per person, with a minimum of 10 people,
plus 60€ per guide (max. 16 people per guide).


Guided visit followed by a sandwich lunch (with soft drinks and coffee).
Entrance: 18€ per person, with a minimum of 10 people,
plus 60€ per guide (max. 16 people per guide).

VIP Visit: 

Champagne visit (or followed by a drink).

Entrance: 25€ per person with a minimum of 4 people,
plus 60€ per guide (max. 16 people per guide).

Attention: maximum 16 visitors per guide!

To propose a date, please contact us, preferably by e-mail.
A 50% deposit is asked to fully confirm your visit (Bank BNP-Paribas-Fortis, account 210-0047859-90, IBAN : BE34 2100 0478 5990, BIC/Swift : GEBABEBB).

>> Renting the Museum for receptions and seminars

Do you seek a place out of the common in Brussels to organize an exceptional reception or seminar?
Then, think of our Museum: its first floor can nicely accommodate up to seventy people for a memorable event.
And it is possible to sit up to 12 people (14 max) around our meeting table or up to 24 people for an amazing seated diner..

For more information please contact us or read our info in French.

>> Access to the museum

The Museum is conveniently located at the eastern entrance to Brussels.

  • Address
         163, Reyers boulevard 
         1030 Brussels - Schaerbeek
  • Parking :
       - Authorized in front of the Museum's door,
         as well as in front of the parking of the next door house (165)
       - Easy and free under the overpass, just in front of the Museum,
       - also rue Colonel Bourg, at the exit of the Brussels-Leuven-Liège freeway. 
  • Public transportation
    "Diamand" station: underground tramways 7 and 25, and busses 28, 29 and 79.
    Walk 30m along the overpass towards Square Vergote and Montgomery:
    the Museum is on your right.
  • Driving from Paris, Mons, Charleroi...
    After the 2 Nivelles exits, exit right on the South Ring towards Brussels East and Waterloo.
    You are on the R0 "RING" (loop) towards Liege-Luik: see below...
  • Driving from outside Brussels
    Take the R0 "RING" (loop) towards Liege-Luik.
    Take the E40 (Bruxelles/Lige-Luik/Aix-La-Chapelle - Aachen) towards Brussels.
    At exit 18 (4 km farther), take the exit "rond-point Reyers" on the very right-hand side.
    At the traffic light, make a left along the overpass: you are on the Reyers boulevard.
    Cross a large crossroads with traffic lights: the Museum is 30 m further on your right.
  • Driving from Boulevard General Jacques and Montgomery square 
    Exit the tunnels at Square Vergote, before the overpass.
    Make a U-turn in the car park under the overpass, just before the traffic light:
    the museum is just in front of the car park exit.
  • Driving from boulevard Lambermont and Place Meiser
    After Place Meiser, take the side-road (not the overpass).
    Cross a large crossroads with traffic lights:
    the Museum is 30m further on your right, along the overpass.


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The Clockarium Museum in Brussels, Belgium

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Updated: September 23, 2019