Les Halles Saint-Géry is a center for exhibitions and events dedicated to cultural heritage and is under the aegis of the Brussels-Capital Region.
Built in 1881 in the historic heart of Brussels, a listed building, they are a remarkable example of Flemish neo-renaissance architecture.
With exhibitions, meetings, conferences, performances, concerts and other large-scale events, the Halles invite visitors every day to discover the typical Brussels hospitality.
Explore the Halles Saint-Géry
The Information centre in the Halles Saint-Géry has several functions. As well as being a physical information point for all our activities, it serves as a reference point for any question connected with the architecture, heritage and history of Brussels via its diverse range of books and brochures. It offers free guided tours of Place Saint-Géry and the square’s immediate surroundings – a real treasure trove of Brussels’ urban heritage. You can also see the last open-air remnant of the Senne!
The genuine friendliness of Brussels can be experienced in the bar area of the Halles Saint-Géry. Savour delicious beers produced in our microbrewery and matured in our cellars, and enjoy a meal on the weekend, all with free Wi-Fi.