Sablon Antiques market

The Place du Grand Sablon is in the heart of the antiques district and home to one of the oldest markets in Brussels, Le Sablon Antiques market. It has been open since the 1960s and has a warm, friendly atmosphere. Le Sablon antiques dealers display their best discoveries, including silverware, jewellery, works of art, ceramics and glassware, tableware, paintings and drawings, as well as Chinese porcelain, small furnishings and African art. They are always willing to talk about the history of their unusual items, which could be the missing piece in your collection or add a personal touch to your home. Wander around and discover the charm and quality of Le Sablon market. Enjoy its authentic feel and the traditional, warm and pleasant atmosphere that attract antiques fans and connoisseurs from Brussels and further afield. This is a market that combines tradition and modernity.  

Marché des antiquités du Sablon
Marché des antiquités du Sablon
Marché des antiquités du Sablon
Marché des antiquités du Sablon
Marché des antiquités du Sablon

I find at the market

Art and old objects market
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Practical information

Place du Grand Sablon, 1000 Brussels
Saturday 9am to 5pm
Sunday 9am to 3pm
Public transport
Grand Sablon stop : Bus 33, 48, 95
Petit Sablon stop : Tram 92, 93 - Bus 33, 95
BePark Sablon
Dinant car park
Albertine-Square car park
Poelaert car park
ATM nearby (metro: Louise and Porte de Namur)

To see around

The Place du Grand Sablon is surrounded by plenty of restaurants, cafes and famous Belgian chocolatiers that will delight every taste bud. Don't miss Notre-Dame du Sablon church, which overlooks the Place and its market. A bit further afield is the Royal Palace of Brussels, which is open to the public in summer, and the majestic Place Royale. If it's culture you are looking for, you are not far from the Magritte Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium and the Musical Instruments Museum. In just a few minutes, tram 92 takes you to a wonderful panoramic view of Brussels, over Place Poelaert, at the foot of the Palace of Justice, then Avenue Louise and its designer boutiques. Further south, walk as far as Place de la Chapelle and discover the decoration and design shops on Rue Haute and Rue Blaes. The Marolles and the Place du Jeu de Balle are nearby!


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