The Brussels Museum is a museum in Brussels, Belgium. It is dedicated to the history and folklore of the city from its founding to modern times, exhibited through paintings, sculptures, tapestries, prints, photos and models, including the famous proportional representation of the town in the medieval period.
It is the history of Brussels, from small village to the big city from the historical stage introduction and simulation, want to know, go to see, 布鲁塞尔 is the riverside place full of small flowers, so choose the construction residence.
This museum is a great place to go for an overview of the history of Brussels. Be sure to use their audio-video guides available for free if you use your own smartphone to discover all the interact secrets contained within the museum's masterpieces. Also, on display is every piece of clothing that Manneken Pis has ever worn, a collection that points to the irreverent and humorous nature that colors this city.
The Brussels City Museum is worth a visit, anyway, just inside the Grand Place, where the history of the city, and some art statues and other exhibits, the building itself has history. But the most attractive is the exhibition hall dedicated to urinating children, which is full of urinating children wearing costumes from various countries, there must be more than a hundred pieces, enough to see how well urinating children have a status in this city~
The architecture is stunning and elegant and the museum is worth visiting