Brussels Museum of the Gueuze – Brewery Cantillon

Rue Gheude 56 — 1070 - Anderlecht | 02 521 49 28 | 02 520 28 91 | |
From Monday till Friday > from 08:30 am till 5 pm — Saturday > from 10 am till 5 pm — Closed on Sunday and holidays. >
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Lively museum, the Brasserie Cantillon is a family business, installed in Anderlecht since the beginning of last century. To safeguard a fermentation mode unique in the world, the Musée Bruxellois de la Gueuze has opened in 1978. Its main role is to promote this kind of exceptional beer, which only a small group of brewers manage to produce today. The Brasserie Cantillon is the last representative of the brewery craftsmanship in Brussels.

Guided visites only after reservation.

Parking PRM

  • Accessible parking : No slot


  • Step(s) : Ground floor
  • Type of door : Wooden
  • Opening type : With casement
  • Width (cm) : 300cm
Remarks Entrance

You need to ask for assistance of the staff to open the door.

- No steps but the groundfloor at the entrance is instable which can give some problems on a rainy day.
- There is no international symbol to indicate that the main entrance is accessible for PRM’s.

Use / visit

  • WC for prm : Non accessible
Remarks Use

- are accessible: the brewery hall (1), the barrel store (5) with the help of the family on this spot because you need to climb a wooden stairs of 7 steps, the cleaning of barrels (6), the bottling (7), the cellars (8). The exhibition room where are organised the exhibitions & themes is also accessible after having climbed the wooden stairs thanks to the spontaneous help of the family.
- At the end of the visit, you can taste a Gueuze-beer in the Café.
there is no structure for deaf and hearing impaired persons, a guided tour is possible, just ask.

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