Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium There are 6 branches They are the Museum of Classical Art, the Museum of the Turn of the Century, the Museum of Modern Art, the Magritte Museum, the Meunier Museum and the Würz Museum The museum has more than 20,000 items Covering oil paintings, sculptures, paintings and art installations from the 15th century to the present
A must go experience and it's free. It's great to see the museum and treasures inside. Beware there maybe a queue but worth it.
This Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium consists of seven museums comprising a total of over 20,000 works of art that depict urge the history of the visual arts form the 15th to the 21st century. The different museums under this institution's umbrella are the Musée Old Masters Museum, the Musée Modern Museum, the Musée Wiertz Museum and the Musée Meunier Museum, the Musée Magritte Museum and the Musée Fin-de-Siècle Museum. In particular be sure to check out the collection of Old Masters from the Flemish, Renaissance and Baroque periods on display at the musée oldmasters museum.
Just behind the Royal Plaza and the Royal Palace, it is very easy to find. There are many museums there, but when you mention the Royal Museum, the basic taxi driver can't get it wrong. If some taxi drivers deliberately want to detour, you just ask him: Don’t you know the Royal Museum? Generally, he dare not make a price casually. There are now separate charges for works by classical masters and modern works. I suggest that if time is limited, just watch the master's work. There are so many works that we were familiar with in middle school, such as The Death of Mara, are quietly hung in a corner of the second floor, and you can enjoy them as you please. I spent half a day, and the works of Bruegel and Rubens were impressive. Bruegel has a special display in a room on the second floor. This is the place where Bruegel's works are collected most apart from Vienna. The country life he portrayed makes people suddenly return to the countryside hundreds of years ago. Rubens' work is basically a masterpiece that can cover the walls for half a year. Sitting on a chair in the center of the hall, you can still feel a huge visual impact. There is a large souvenir bookstore at the exit on the first floor, selling all kinds of gadgets and art books with the Royal Museum's logo, but the price is expensive. There is a cafe on the left side of the entrance hall on the first floor. The decoration inside is very interesting and you can see the scenery outside (there are many statues of people). The price is not expensive.