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A French speaking association with a long standing experience and fun activities, Décalage offers a great program of wheelchair accessible guided tours to museums and wheelchair dancing too! Check out their program to see if there is anything for you and meet some very cool locals.
If you can follow a guided tour in French, then maybe you can do a cool group visit, just like a local, and make some Bruxellois friends. The ABP (Belgian Association of the Paralyzed) organizes once a month a visit to a museum with a guided tour. If you want, they also offer transport!
Hendricks has adapted vans and vehicles all around Belgium for short and long distance trips, with a capacity from 1 up to 50 places of which 25 for wheelchairs. Book 2/3 days in advance with their office in Melsbroek (which serves Brussels): call +32 2 7529800 or click the link.
Need a wheelchair accessible taxi? Call the Greens: Taxi Verts, one of the main taxi companies in Brussels, has adapted vehicles. Call +32 2 349 49 49 and specify if you have an electric or manual chair and get ready for a wait, Brussels traffic can be hellish.