Visitors info

Welcome to Brutus!
Here you can read all about how to plan your visit and what exhibitions are currently on display at Brutus.

"Destroyed house" by Marjan Teeuwen - entrance Keileweg 10b
The installation is open from January 27 from Thursday to Sunday between 12:00 and 18:00. Brutus is closed Monday through Wednesday.

"Disco Inferno" by Atelier Van Lieshout - entrance Keileweg 10b
Starting January 27, the installation will be open Thursday through Sunday between 12:00 and 18:00. Brutus is closed Monday through Wednesday.

Brutus Garden (with collection Atelier Van Lieshout) - entrance Keileweg 18
Open: Monday to Friday from 12:00 - 17:00.
The sculpture garden is open on Saturdays and Sundays during exhibitions.


We work with a pay which you can policy, €7.00 is our suggested admission price. You can buy tickets online or at the ticket office. This ticket allows you to visit the exhibitions. In addition, we offer discounts with a Student Identity Card, Rotterdampas and CJP, and there is free admission for We Are Public cardholders (scan your card at the entrance).

A ticket offers you access to the exhibitions Destroyed House as well as Disco Inferno.

The ticket office is open during exhibitions from Thursday to Sunday between 12:00 and 18:00.

Please note: Brutus is pin only.

Click here for questions about tickets.

What if I am unable to attend?
If you are unable to attend a performance for which you have purchased a ticket, we cannot take the ticket back. Unfortunately, no exceptions are possible in this case. Tickets fall within the exceptions to the right of withdrawal for consumers. More information can be found with the Authority for Consumers & Markets. A reliable website for selling tickets is

Can my ticket be scanned from my mobile phone?
Your e-ticket will be scanned by our employees at the entrance. This can be done from your smartphone or, alternatively, from a printed e-ticket.

Tours and Education

For guided tours please make an appointment via The price for a guided tour is: EUR 150,-
School Classes are welcome to visit Brutus. Brutus is liaised with the Cultuurkaart. Please send an email to for further information and to discuss the program.
Brutus is partly accessible for wheelchairs and visitors or for people who have difficulty walking.


Brutus main entrance is at Keileweg 10b (right next to Bitter). Click here for the Google Maps map > Brutus

You can park in front of Brutus or in the Bigshops Car Park, Vierhavensstraat 197 Rotterdam (both paid). Please note: parking on Keileweg has recently made paid (Mon-Sat). You can park your car for free next to the Keilepand. Click here for the location.

Tram 21, 23 and 24 or Metro lines A, B and C stop at Halte Marconiplein. From there it is a 5-minute walk to the location.

You can email Brutus at We will try to answer within 2 working days.
Brutus can be reached during working days at +31617248458.

Exclusion of Liability

Brutus, Brutus Space Foundation and Brutus Base Foundation, points out to every visitor at Brutus that there are risks associated with the visit which may lead to damage and serious personal injury if one does not pay close attention, stumbles, comes too close to the installations or objects, distracts oneself or others or is under the influence of any legal or illegal substance. Brutus is located in old warehouses where lighting is poor and floors are uneven or wet, meaning every visitor must be extra careful where they go and stand.

Some of the artworks shown may be unstable, have sharp edges or have mechanisms that can cause serious injury if proper distance is not maintained holds or touches them. Be aware of animals and children who may not be aware of these dangers.

By accepting the admission ticket or entering Brutus, everyone accepts visitor these risks and confirms that he or she waives the right to liability of the artists who exhibit there, from Brutus Foundation Brutus Space, Foundation Brutus Base and their employees, volunteers or directors. Each of the above-mentioned persons or organizations reserve the right to recover damages from visitors who stumble or injure themselves because they are not careful or come too close to the works of art, objects and installations or distract themselves or others or are under any influence of legal or illegal substances.