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The Brussels sewers are a gigantic subterranean network which counts, only on the municipal territory, more than 320 km of sewers and 30 km of collectors. The museum is open to group visits, by appointment. Individual visits are not possible.
The Service of the Sewers of the City of Brussels answers the numerous questions people worried about the environment may ask.
The Service is equipped with an exceptional tool for this purpose: the Sewers Museum.
The Museum is also the opportunity to honour the sewer workers for their difficult, dangerous but indispensable work.
Pavillon de l'Octroi
Opening hours : only guided tours for groups of 10 to 25 persons (after booking), from Tuesday till Friday
Closing period : the Museum is closed from 1 to 21 September 2014
More information : Price rate: 3 euro per person, 2 euro for people under 15 years and groups (minimum of 10 persons). Free for the groups of schools situated on the territory of the Region of Brussels Capital (pupils and guides), for the inhabitants of the City of Brussels, and for children under 6 years.
Information and bookings
Studies and Permits Unit
Rue du Pont Neuf 12
Fax : 02 279 60 62
Public consultation of the Haren Master Plan
In 2010 the inhabitants were able to give their views on the environment in Haren by filling in a questionnaire of the City of Brussels. This information is now bundled in the Master Plan, which can be consulted publicly from 1 to 31 October 2014.