Discover the many museums of Brussels, all year round discover the permanent or temporary exhibitions.
In a town as culturally rich as Brussels, it is not always easy to sift through the hundreds of museums that one can visit. Here are some tips for our readers.
This House is designed in the first place to be a meeting place for all Brussels lovers and for the people interested in traditions.
With somewhat heavy hearts, many of us, on the occasion of All Souls' Day, survey the linear alleys of the Brussels cemeteries, with a chrysanthemum, a shovel and a bottle of water in our arms. But very often, we don't linger there.
Built in the 11th century on the former Coudenberg mound, the former Brussels Palace was for six centuries successively home to the Dukes of Brabant, Dukes of Burgundy, Charles the Fifth and the Archdukes Albert and Isabelle.
In search of visual thrills? Want to be wow-ed by a photo? And in a quiet setting? Take a stroll around the city's photographic galleries that feature some really unusual artists.
Either before or after your cultural stroll, take a gourmet stroll, but somewhere close at hand, not too far away. Over the last few years, museums have gradually developed their own culinary concepts, many very refined. Here are some examples!
13 Leuvensesteenweg 3080
7 Place des Palais 1000
The perfect institution to understand the history of Belgium
354 Avenue Van Volxem 1190
Discover new perspectives in the exceptional setting of WIELS
1 Place de Belgique 1020
The design museum of Brussels
73 Rue de Laeken 1000
100 Place du Luxembourg 1000
Discover how the European Parliament and Europe work
364B Avenue de Tervuren 1150
Musée du Transport Urbain Bruxellois
133 Rue Belliard 1000
3 Parc du Cinquantenaire, 1000
Musée Royal de l'Armée
60 Rue Wiertz 1047