This website received the AnySurfer label, a quality mark for accessible websites in Belgium. For more information, please visit www.anysurfer.be.

  • 16°C Mostly cloudy
Manneken-Pis (click to zoom)

Folklore in Brussels

This page has been automatically translated from French into English by a translation software. Automatic translations are not as accurate as translations made by professional human translators. Nevertheless these pages can help you understand information published by the City of Brussels.

The folklore in Brussels is still very much alive.

Brussels has a lot of folklore events like the Meyboom and Ommegang or the puppet theater Toone and the dressing of Manneken-Pis.

The House of Folklore and Traditions holds exhibitions about the history and folklore of Brussels.

Brussels also has a very typical language, the Brusseleir.

Agenda

Enter the city

Demand of a pass for the Car Free Sunday

A pass for the Car Free Sunday of 21 September 2014 can be delivered to persons who make the demand. Attention, this demand of dispensation must be duly motivated.

Pass for the Car Free Sunday