COME♡BACK : 4 days, 40 museums, 70 events
Performances, workshops, guided tours, children’s activities, extra muros walks, … All this 100% positive. COME♡BACK is not a vaccine yet, but let’s make it count as cultural remedy!
The Brussels’ museums are making their come♡back
The Brussels’museums are making their COME♡BACK with a long weekend of events to lighten up all moods.
From Thursday 1 to Sunday 4 October, artists and cultural organisations are taking over 40 Brussels museums to eclipse the gloom of 2020 and offer a programme that is 100% safe, comforting, relaxed and above all, po-si-tive!
With COME♡BACK, Brussels Museums wishes to offer a space of solidarity to artists and associations who do not or no longer have the opportunity to express themselves and perform as easily since 13 March. Through collaborations between museums and external artistic and event partners, COME♡BACK offers a unique multidisciplinary programme in each participating museum and a range of outdoor activities.
Upon reservation and in compliance with security measures, the museums become once again places of intimacy where you can escape for a few hours from the speed of everyday life and the turmoil of the coronavirus. To be expected? Some seventy different activities in intimate settings,: concerts, performances, meet-the-artists, mindfulness, wild aerobics, aerial silk, cyanotype workshops, animations for kids, sung guided tours, decolonial and feminist walks, and of course exhibitions. In short, enough to make a joyful comeback in a different way!
Info and mandatory reservations via www.comeback.brussels
COME♡BACK: the participating museums
40 museums offer about seventy activities for the Come♡Back event. Find the list of participating museums below:
Art et marges musée museum, Autoworld Brussels, Autrique House, BELEXPO, Belgian Chocolate Village, Belgian Comic Strip Center, Belgian Museum of Freemasonry, BELvue Museum, Boghossian Foundation, BOZAR, Brussels City Museum – Maison du Roi, Cauchie House, Choco-Story Brussels, Coudenberg Palace, Design Museum Brussels, Erasmus House, Fashion & Lace Museum, GardeRobe MannekenPis, Geopolis, Halles Saint-Géry, House of European History, House of the Parachutist Agents (1940-45), International Puppet Museum – Peruchet, ISELP, KBR, MigratieMuseumMigration, MIMA – Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art, Musée Braille Museum, Musée de la Médecine, Musée René Magritte Museum, Museum of Natural Sciences, Museum of the Belgian Brewers, National Basilica of the Sacred Heart , Planetarium Brussels , Sewer Museum , Spontaneous Art Museum, War Heritage Institute – Army Museum, Wellington Museum, WIELS – Centre for Contemporary Art.
COME♡BACK: security measures covid-19
For all COME♡BACK events, museums are following the security measures recommended during the last Security Council to date!
Here are a few measures that you are asked to respect as of September 1:
- Wearing a mask is mandatory
- Respect of the hygiene rules (let’s wash our hands :- ))
- Respect of the safety distances of 1.5 m. This distance of 1.5 m can be reduced to one meter (in the absence of fixed seats) or to one seat between each person or bubble.
- Respect of the principle of restricted bubble (5 persons in addition to people from the same household).
- Book your activities via this site.
Thank you for your efforts. Take care of yourself and the most fragile people.