Located on the Grand-Place, the Maison du Roi has borne witness to the history of Brussels since the Middle Ages.
Rebuilt in the Neo-Gothic style in the 19th century, today it houses the Musée de la Ville, which tells the story of Brussels through a series of works. Every year it holds an exhibition that focuses on a particular artist, aspect or historical period of Brussels.
Paintings, sculptures, tapestries, engravings, photos and models allow anyone, whether simply a curious visitor or an informed historian, to experience the history of Brussels or to just admire the renowned artistic productions exhibited in this superb Neo-Gothic building.
- Entry: €8
- Seniors, groups: €6
- Students: €4
- Children under 18 & residents of the City of Brussels: free
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