Full price : 9,00 €
Reduced price * : 7,00 €
18 years or younger : 6,50 €
12 years or younger : 6,00 €
* Reduced price
European Disability Card
Senior (+ 65 years)
Student (all age)
Special cards and tickets
Article 27 : 1,25 €
Card of 5 seats : 30 euros (6 euros per seat)
Price with the “Académie André Delvaux” card : 7€
UGC Unlimited car accepted (belgian only)
Exhibition (of Cinema Galeries): free
Conditions: 3€ for 3 hours parking after 6pm (weekdays, Sundays and public holidays) for cinema customers. (Only valid for the Parking Monnaie)
Choose the 5-places card and benefit from the preferential rate of 6€ per session. The card is unlimited in time and non-nominative: invite your friends and family for a low price!
* 5 places
* Unlimited in time
Conditions of use : Valid everyday, for all the screenings, except exception during particular events or festivals clearly indicated on our site. Available online and on site.
The European Youth Card is a member of the EYCA association, supported by the Council of Europe, Erasmus+ and many other European partners. Its main objective for almost 30 years has been to promote mobility and exchanges for young people across Europe.
Through discounts in areas as diverse as transport, sport, culture and leisure, the card enables young people from all backgrounds to discover new activities, to move, to get information, in France and throughout Europe. There is only one criterion for obtaining this card: to be between 12 and 30 years old. The card is valid for 1 year, costs only 5 euros and offers more than 60,000 benefits in the 35 countries of the programme.
EYCA card holders benefit from the reduced rate at the Cinema Galeries. Under 30 and no CJP pass yet? Find out more and buy it by clicking here, and for €5 per year and take advantage of the discount.
Considered throughout the world as a reference, French-speaking Belgian cinema is strangely underestimated here. This is due to a lack of exposure and an image that does not correspond to the diversity of the production. In reality: although the Belgian public does not necessarily denigrate its cinema, it knows it rather little. A few intrepid professionals, associations and journalists, however, have never spared their efforts to introduce our films to the public. In spite of this, their visibility often remains too low…
It is in response to this paradox that the Académie André Delvaux was born in 2010, named (with the agreement of Catherine Delvaux, his daughter) after one of the greatest directors in the history of Belgian cinema. Its main project is the organisation of the Cinema Magritte Ceremony.
Do you own a UGC unlimited card ? We accept the card (only the Belgian one!). The idea is to welcome customers who didn’t come here and to make discover and enjoy Cinema Galeries! But, you should know that with one ticket taken with the card, Cinema Galeries (as well as the movie distributors with which we systematically share the takings) gets less money.