|Adults *||4,5 €|
|Children/young people (6 – 18 years)||2 €|
|Children < 6 years old||free|
|Groups (>15 persons)||3,5 €|
|Residents of Wervik and Wervicq-Sud (F)Free entry on first Sunday of the month on presentation of identity card -benefit not combinable with guided visit)||1 €|
(*) Subsequent (member) cards and passes entitle you to 1 euro discount on the standard adult fare:
- PasarPas (TrIP)
- Westhoek Voordeelpas
Free entry for
- holders of a valid(er):
- teacher, press or guide card
- Riebedebie tourist passport (Dome of Attractions & Museums in Belgium)
- members of the non-profit association Friends of the Tobacco Museum
- pupils of Wervik schools
The National Tobacco Museum is a partner of the European Disability Card project. On presentation of this card, companions of visitors with disabilities get free admission.
Would you like to be guided through the museum? Our experienced guides will gladly take you in tow and tell you the most surprising and bizarre stories accompanying our extensive collection of museum exhibits.
A guided tour lasts about an hour and a half and costs €70 (max. 25 people/group). You must book your guide in advance.
The National Tobacco Museum collaborates with the Holiday Participation Support Center of Tourism Flanders. The support center is there for people in Flanders and Brussels who, for financial reasons or other difficulties, cannot go on holiday or day trips: people with a low income, with an Omnio status, with increased compensation, in debt mediation, etc. Those who are affiliated with an organization that is a member of the Holiday Participation Support Center can apply through them to enjoy a discounted admission fee. Those who are not affiliated with a social organization can make a reservation through a “Rap op Stap” office or directly through the Holiday Participation Support Center.
There is also a UiTPAS for people with a low income. Those who are eligible for this pass receive an 80% discount upon presentation of their UiTPAS.