Brussels Autoworld Museum Admission Ticket
- Skip the ticket line
- Valid: 1 day
- Optional audio guide
Brussels Card is a must get if your going to Brussels for a day or upto three days. I got mines with public transport allowing travel on STIB MVIB services such as the Metro and Tram which would have cost €7.50 for one day or €18.00 for three days. The card was easy to obtain from the Tourist Information Centre in Grand Place. The staff in there speak English and I was given in English a Brussels Card booklet which contained information on attractions such as a brief guide of the attraction, nearest station, etc and also contained vouchers for discounts at the Atomium and Mini-Europe which I both visited. The Brussels Card came as two A4 sheets of paper with a QR code. The other page had clear instructions with images on how to collect the 3 day transport pass. The Brussels Card I got for 3 days was a life saver was 3 days transport was €18.00 and each attraction varies from €7 to €14 without a Brussels Card.
I got the 72 hour pass and it was excellent value for money. I went to 3+ museums each day so really made a saving. The only improvement that could be made is with regards to collecting the public transport pass. The "Go" ticket machines are located at bus stops and this isn't mentioned. It took me about an hour to work this out as I was only told to got to Gare Centrale station and so I naturally tried the ticket machines in there. The easy solution is to have a "Go" machine in the office where you collect the museum pass itself so then is a genuine one stop shop.
The instructions how to get there from the app were a bit misleading. We had to look quite hard and roam for about over an hour until eventually figure it out. The experience itself is worthwhile, certainly will give more knowledge about the city. Will recommend it.
As i was in winter, the busses worked just from 10- 14:30 and that was not too much. So of u book, book a 48h ticket to enjoy all the rides. The trip was agradable. The language of the audio could be in portuguese...they didnt have it.. i heard it in english
We do these in almost all the cities we go to. Think it’s the greatest way of seeing a city to know what we want to do and what we should do. The ability to get off and on is extremely helpful in navigating what we do.