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Travelling to Paris, Lille or Brussels with Eurostar? You can get 2 for 1 exhibition entry at some of Europe’s finest museums and galleries, simply by showing your Eurostar ticket.

Discounts with Eurostar

What is it?

Eurostar Culture Connect is a unique partnership between Eurostar and specially selected museums and galleries in Paris, Lille and Brussels.


How does it work?

When you travel with Eurostar, simply show your ticket at any of the museums and galleries listed below and get 2 for 1 entry to all paying exhibitions. Terms and conditions apply.


What else do I need to know?

The offer applies if you’re travelling on Eurostar from the UK to Paris, Lille or Brussels. You can get 2 for 1 entry to paying exhibitions at any of the museums and galleries listed below. You may be asked for proof of nationality at the museum or gallery ticket desk.


The offer is available for up to 5 days of your arrival in your destination, and only 1 person need have a Eurostar ticket to qualify for 2 for 1 entry.



The Museé D'Orsay

A striking museum with works from some of the world’s finest artists including extensive Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masterpieces.

Le Musée de Quai Branly

The Musée du Quai Branly works to bring arts from the civilisations of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas the recognition they deserve.

Jeu de Paume

A leading museum of photography and contemporary image.

Le Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

A museum internationally renowned for its single-artist and themed exhibitions.

La Cité de la Musique

Dedicated to the evolution of music from the 12th century onwards, la Cité de la Musique presents the major musical styles from around the world.


Les Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais

The Galeries Nationales present a thorough, wide and generous vision of art history.



Bozar – Centre for Fine Arts

The Bozar Centre for Fine Arts sits at the heart of Brussels culture, hosting some 250 concerts a year, as well as prestigious international film, theatre, dance, literature, architecture and art events

The MIM – Musical Instruments Museum (le Musée Magritte)

The Musical Instrument Museum displays over 1000 instruments from around the world and throughout the ages.

The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium including the Ancient Art Museum and the Modern Art Museum

Two of Brussels’ most famous museums can be found together at the main branch of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts.



Le Palais des Beaux-Arts

France's second most important museum hosts a collection of antiquities, medieval and Renaissance works.

La Piscine - Musee d'Art et d'industrie Andre Diligent

Established on the site of a former swimming pool, the museum is part of the 20th century's architectural heritage.


The Lille Metropole Musee d'Art Moderne boasts over 4500 works and three collections. Offering prestigious collections of both modern and contemporary art.

MUba Eugene Leroy, Tourcoing

The museum exhibits contemporary art and the art of former centuries.

Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains

Le Fresnoy is a centre of contemporary art, films, concerts, performances and lectures.