All information about the accessibility and safety of our cinema and exhibition rooms
Movie Theatres & Wunderkammer
Baron Hortastraat 9, 1000 Brussels
Opening Hours & Safety
- Monday : from 5.30 pm
- Tuesday : from 5.30 pm
- Wednesday : from 5.30 pm
- Thursday : from 4.30 pm
- Friday : from 5.30 pm
- Saturday : from 4.30 pm
- Sunday : from 2.30 pm
- The theatres open 15 minutes before the start of the film. Once the film has started, the theatre is no longer accessible. The box office closes 30 minutes after the start of the last screening.
- You can find the openings hours of the library here.
The CINEMATEK movie theatres, exhibition space and library are easily accessible due to their central location near Brussels-Central.
Baron Horta 9
CINEMATEK offers exclusive films for everyone
- For wheelchair users, pushchairs and those who avoid stairs, CINEMATEK is accessible via BOZAR (entrance: Ravensteinstraat 23). You can find your way to CINEMATEK from inside.
- A lift takes you from the exhibition area to the theaters.
- If you still have any doubts or questions, call us: +32 (0)2 551 19 19.
Brussels central station is just 240 meters away (3 minutes walking distance) from the CINEMATEK movie theatres. You can reach them almost directly via the Ravenstein Gallery.
All information van be found on the following website : MIVB
- Lines 1, 5: Stop Central Station or Park
- Lines 92, 93: Stop Royale/Koning
- Lines 27, 28, 9, 71: Stop Royale/Koning
Lines 38, 71: Stop Bozar,
Lines 29, 38, 63, 65, 66, 71: Stop Central Station
There are bicycle parking facilities near CINEMATEK, like in Rue Ravenstein and Rue du Roi (at the corner of Rue Baron Horta).
In Brussels, you can park for free in the green zone, the orange zone has a charge. Check the map for the nearest parking spaces for people with restricted mobility.
CINEMATEK: a unique cinema experience, how do we make the difference?
- More information on our tickets, subscriptions and gift vouchers can be found here
- The movie theatres have been completely renewed in 2021 with locally and sustainably produced seats.
- There is no advertising at the beginning, the film starts immediately.
- No food or drinks are allowed in the movie theatres. This allows everyone to enjoy the film to the fullest.
- The silent films are almost always accompanied by a pianist who improvises with the images.
- Most of the films we show are analogue films (non-digital copies), which are kept in our archives. Film has its own colour and wear effects, this vintage feel can be pleasantly surprising for those used to digital films. The films are systematically checked before projection.
Please make sure to be on time!
- Buy your tickets on time! Many of these unique screenings are sold out in advance.
- Come well in advance: people queue up in advance to be the first ones in the room. The coveted seats at the back fill up quickly. People who are late are not admitted to the screening once it has started.
- You are never too early: you are welcome starting half an hour before the screening.
- You can visit the Wunderkammer with pre-cinema items for free.
- You can browse through the latest film magazines, read historical newspaper clippings about the film you are about to see, or discover the DVD selection.
- There are hot and cold beverage dispensers. Please note that drinks and food are not allowed in the theatre.