Basilica of Koekelberg

The basilica offers guided tours in French, Dutch, English and German. A visit costs 75 euros for a group of maximum 25 people. A ticket for the panorama costs 5 euros per person (for groups of more than 10 people) and 6 euros for smaller groups.

Basilica of Koekelberg

The Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Koekelberg (colloquially known as the Basilica of Koekelberg), is a Catholic religious building located on the Koekelberg Plateau in Brussels (Belgium).

Conceived at the beginning of the 20th century as a national monument and, after the First World War, as a center of pilgrimage to the Sacred Heart, the “Art Deco” style basilica was not formally consecrated until October 13 and 14, 1951 . It is still the site of major national Catholic gatherings.

All about the Basilica

The basilica offers guided tours in French, Dutch, English and German. A visit costs 75 euros for a group of maximum 25 people. A ticket for the panorama costs 5 euros per person (for groups of more than 10 people) and 6 euros for smaller groups.

During the visit of the Basilica, you will receive information about its history, the architect, the materials used etc. You can also visit the photo exhibition on the construction of the Basilica, as well as the Museum of the Black Sisters and the Museum of Modern Religious Art. At the end of the visit you will visit the panorama.

Would you like to organize a guided tour with your children or your class? Discover here our small brochure for children! Lots of questions and fun facts about the Basilica! The brochure is free of charge!
You can read it here.
A visit to the panorama costs € 6 per person or € 5 per person for groups of more than 10 people.

Book your tickets

In order to avoid queues or intermediaries, book your tickets directly here.

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