Plan your visit
This page contains information on opening hours, prices, booking tickets, food and drink, accessibility, and so on.
If you have any questions, please look first at our FAQ page. If you are still unable to find an answer, please contact us and we will be pleased to assist you.
Bokrijk has a number of additional amenities so that everyone can use the facilities available to their maximum. Domain Bokrijk is, therefore, usable and accessible for everyone.
TRANSPORT WITHIN THE MUSEUM
If you are feeling tired, or just fancy a lift in the Open-Air Museum, use the hop-on/hop-off prairie wagon as you might have done 100 years ago. The prairie wagon passes by approx. every 10 minutes.
There are four stops in the museum: Kempen, Haspengouw, East and West Flanders, and ‘The sixties’
|1 hop on hop off||1 round trip|
|Adults||€ 4.50||€ 3.50|
In a group
If you would like to experience your visit to the museum differently, book a trip in the prairie wagon for your group. This wagon is hauled by strong carthorses.
|* The price of the prairie wagon does not include admission to the Open-Air Museum or 'The sixties'|
|The sixties shuttle service||€ 105*|
You can rent a pull cart for just € 2 per two hours.
Bicycles are not allowed
Cycling is not permitted inside the museum, except for children less than 1.2 m tall. When using a child's bicycle or scooter to move around the museum, children must be supervised by an adult.
PRAM AND WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBILITY
'The sixties' is accessible by wheelchair, and special facilities are provided. Wheelchairs are available free of charge at the ticket office.
The Open-Air Museum and the playground are accessible with a pram, but The sixties is not. Prams should be left in the designated location. Bokrijk cannot be held liable in case of theft, loss or damage.
FIRST AID AND DOMAIN POLICE
In the event that first aid is needed or an emergency, please contact the domain police: +32 (0)11 265340
FACILITIES FOR DISABLED VISITORS
Bokrijk has implemented a number of additional amenities so that the domain is accessible and usable for disabled people.
The playground is equipped with special equipment, which is specially marked.
Paved paths cover the entire domain, and a number of lovely trails are marked. Hiking maps are available at the information centre.
The sixties exhibition can be accessed by wheelchair, and special facilities are provided. Wheelchairs are available free of charge at the ticket office.
Programmes - If you are in a group, you might be interested in this programme.
Restricted mobility, unlimited Bokrijk
An experienced guide accompanies visitors with restricted mobility through a tailored route in the Open-Air Museum. Actors give your group a real feel of what village life was like back in 1913. The programme includes traditional games, stories and visits to traditional farmsteads.