Visits in French: (1/4 to 30/9) Tuesday: 2h30 p.m., Wednesday: 2h30 p.m., Sunday: 10h45 a.m.; (1/10 to 31/3) no visits on Sunday.
Visits in sign language are also organised, do take information on the schedules.
Among all other sights, the Hôtel de Ville de Bruxelles is one of the most beautiful town halls in the country. The first stone of this magnificent gothic building was laid in the spring of 1402. Its reception halls and deputy burgomaster cabinets shelter the most prestigious tapestries of Brussels from the 16th, 17th and 18th century, sumptuous gothic woodcarvings, coats of arms of the old corporations and collection paintings from the city’s museum.
the entrance for wheelchair users is located on the Grand-Place, between the Tourist board and the police station. An elevator leads you to the first floor. You should warn of your visit one hour in advance so you can be welcomed appropriately.
all the halls are to be found on the first floor. The staff present on the spot will help you to pass the small steps that separate some of the rooms.