I understand there is a combination ticket to enter the Magritte Museum and the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, but it wasn't listed on their webiste. Has anyone ever ordered these tickets online?
You can see the combination ticket price on their web site under Planning My Visit | Admission Prices, but you're right, there doesn't seem to be any way to actually buy the combination ticket online.
When I visited on a weekday this past May, I bought a combination ticket on site. There was no line at all.
Thank you. Your information has solved my issue.
There aren't usually big queues at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts, except if you arrive right at the instant they open.
It's tricky to be make full use of a combination card. For example, I never recommend any at home in New York City. But I've bought 24-hour Brussels Cards more than once. They include the named museums, as well as public transit. Other time periods available.
Was just there less than two weeks ago. Visited on a weekday about 11 A.M. There was no line and we bought a combination ticket for all three museums. It was recommended that we visit the Magritte Museum first as they limited the amount of people visiting at one time. But even that museum was relatively uncrowded. The rest of the museum was surprisingly empty.