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Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

4.5/5103 Reviews
Art Gallery
Tuesday-Friday 10:00-17:00, Saturday-Sunday 11:00-18:00, stop selling tickets half an hour in advance; rest on Monday. (Local time)
The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium is a large and important art museum in Belgium. There are tens of thousands of collections scattered among the six museums, four of which are located in the main building and the other two, which are relatively small and located a few kilometers from the city centre, are dedicated to Belgian artists.
MIM - Musical Instruments Museum

MIM - Musical Instruments Museum

4.3/546 Reviews
Museum
Horta Museum

Horta Museum

4.2/522 Reviews
Museum
Tuesday-Sunday 14:00-17:30, last admission time 17:15, Monday, January 1, Easter Sunday, May 1, Jesus Ascension Day, July 21, August 15 On the day of November 11th, December 25th rest. (Local time)
At the Horta Museum in Brussels you can receive an education about the art noveau style of architecture. This building in which famed Belgian architect Victor Horta once lived and worked was also designed by Horta. Before your visit, you should make a reservation to receive a guided tour in your choice of Italian, French, German, Dutch or English language. The museum, which opened in 1901, encompasses two areas: Horta's living quarters and studio space. You should check your coat and camera at the door before you proceed through the museum, from the basement featuring miniature replicas of Horta's work to the servants' rooms on the top floor.
Belgian Comic Strip Center

Belgian Comic Strip Center

4.4/581 Reviews
Museum
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
The Belgian Comic Art Center is located in an inconspicuous street in the heart of Brussels and is a world-renowned comic museum. In addition to introducing the history of comics in Belgium, there are also well-known cartoon characters such as Tintin and the Smurfs. Numerous exhibits combine comic art and new art, and it is definitely a pilgrimage site for comic book fans.
Musee du Tram

Musee du Tram

4.3/53 Reviews
Museum
Musee Rene Magritte

Musee Rene Magritte

4.1/513 Reviews
Museum
Tuesday to Sunday 10:00-17:00, ticketing deadline is 16:30; closed on Mondays and holidays; December 24th to December 31st Museum 10:00-14:00. (Local time)
Visit the Rene Magritte Museum (Musee Rene Magritte), the previous habitation constructed by the Belgian surrealist painter, Rene Magritte. The exhibition hall is situated in Brussels at the Place Royale. Magritte lived in this home, now changed into an exhibition hall including conventional furniture and embellishments, from 1930 to 1954. On the off chance that you appreciate looking at extraordinary surrealist artworks, you would prefer not to miss a visit to this prominent workmanship historical center that as of late opened its entryways in June of 2009. The virtuoso of Magritte is abundantly shown for your happiness with works running from artistic creations to melodic scores.
Albert I Royal Library

Albert I Royal Library

4.5/53 Reviews
Library
Museum
The King's House

The King's House

4.3/542 Reviews
Museum
Historical Architecture
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinee

Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinee

4.5/542 Reviews
Museum
Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate

Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate

4/535 Reviews
Museum
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