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Kidorama © Andrea Anoni

A single adult

FIRST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH

Every first Sunday of the month, the Museum opens its doors free of charge just for you!


Practical information


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Family with children

FUN TOUR FOR KIDS

Thanks to these interactive modules, the museum asks children about the themes of Kidorama. Large pop-up books, an installation to dress the stars and a real studio where they can create their own paper dolls. And to explore every facet of the exhibition, the museum offers children its brand-new ‘Fashion in colour’ game.


Practical information

  • Fashion in colour: a coloring book available free of charge at the reception desk
  • Fun activities throughout the exhibition
  • The reservation of your visit is recommended via our reservation platform
  • Entrance fee: free under 18 years, see our rates

Kidorama © Andrea Anoni

Groups

VISIT THE Kidorama EXHIBITION

Through a thematic and chronological trajectory, the Kidorama exhibition casts its eye on current fashion for children between 0 and 12 years of age in the light of the history of children’s wear.


Practical information

  • Groups of 12 persons maximum can visit the exhibition
  • 75 € (on weekdays) or 90 € (at weekends) + 6 € entry per person,
    new tariff as from 02.01.2023: 100 € + 6 € per person.
  • 6 € per person. : group without a tour guide
  • Reservation is required via our online form.

 


THE LACE ROOM

This 50 m² space is for individual visitors. Guided tours are by reservation only and for groups of 10 people maximum.


Practical information

  • 75 € (on weekdays) or 90 € (at weekends) + 6 € entry per person, new tariff as from 02.01.2023: 100 € + 6 € per person.
  • 50 €  social welfare associations, new tariff as from 02.01.2023: 70 €
  • Reservation is required via our online form.

 


Kidorama © Pierre Fera

School Groups

VISIT THE Kidorama  EXHIBITION

More than just a fashion exhibition, Kidorama 200 years of children’s fashion tells the story of the place of children and the development of their personality within our society.

The exhibition questions very lively current topics: the construction of gender and the development of mixed or unisex fashion, the importance of eco-responsibility in the fashion industry, etc. Other themes take on the specificities of fashion for children and the latter’s evolution from 1820 to 2020: imitation of adult fashion, models designed specifically for children, or the growing interest in the luxury
fashion industry.


Practical information

  • Groups of 12 persons maximum can visit the exhibition.
  • 50 € school groups and social welfare associations,
    new tariff as from 02.01.2023: 70 €
  • Reservation is required via our online form.

 


Kidorama © Andrea Anoni

Persons with reduced mobility

As part of its accessibility initiative, the Fashion & Lace Museum will do its utmost to facilitate access for people with motor, hearing, visual or intellectual disabilities.

  • The Museum is accessible (upon request) to persons with reduced mobility (except the Fashion Room). A lift provides access to all floors.
  • The toilets are adapted for people with reduced mobility.
  • Guide dogs are welcome.
  • Free WiFi.
  • A guidebook in paper format is available for the large temporary exhibition as well as The Lace Room.
  • The Lace Room offers a tactile experience; magnifying lenses are available.

Would you like more information on accessibility in the Museum? Contact the Public Service Department (servicedespublics@brucity.be)