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.
There are many Royal Square Museums. We only visit one of them: the Royal Belgian Art Museum. But the Royal Gallery is actually made up of several museums, as you can see from the plural of English museums or French mus&233;e. But at that time, we didn't pay attention to it and didn't know about it, so we were embarrassed when we bought tickets in the future. That's what we said later. Because it's the weekend and the museum doesn't open until 11 o'clock, we took some pictures at the door first, and then we went around. Before 11 o'clock, when we got back to the entrance of the gallery, there was a long queue, so we had to queue up obediently. Here comes the embarrassment of buying tickets: Brother shows us three pamphlets of the exhibition halls, namely the Art Museum at the end of the century, the Ancient Art Museum and the Magritte Museum. Let's choose one. At that time, I thought these were special exhibitions, so I told my brother that we just wanted to visit the Royal Gallery, not to see the special exhibition. Although I always feel that the younger brother's own expressive ability is also a little bit of a problem, but later my sister reflected that in fact these exhibitions are part of the Royal Gallery, you can choose to visit one or more, respectively, to buy tickets. It's estimated that the younger brother will see that I've been doing it all the time and I'm quite speechless. I also suggest that we go to the side first to learn about it. It's funny that we talked about it before we went to bed that night. Finally, we chose the Museum of Ancient Art. In fact, Margaret was in my plan, but it was so vague that we missed it. We can only talk about it next time. Speaking of the gallery itself, unlike the Louvre in Paris and the Metropolitan City in New York, the layout of the gallery is very regular and there is almost no possibility of getting lost. The Brussels Landscape by the Flemish painter Jan Baptist Bonnecroy is one of my favorite works in the museum. Of course, the most famous painting in the museum should be Old Bruegel's Bethlehem Census. Before leaving, I bought a refrigerator sticker.
Because it is 25 years old, there is youngticket. The tickets of the three libraries are only 4 Euros, and the cost-effective ratio is high. The gallery is also very beautiful around, the main building is more magnificent, and each gallery is quite large, walking feet are tired. It's interesting to classify the library according to its artistic classification. For example, there are surrealist, classical and historical statements.
The Royal Belgian Art Museum is located in the centre of Brussels. It is one of the most important galleries in Europe. There are many works of Flamanism, among which there are some masters. There are several other museums beside the gallery, such as the Margaret Museum, which is the gathering area of the museum. If time permits, you can visit them together.
Just behind the Royal Square and the Palace, it's very easy to find. There are many museums there, but when you mention the Royal Museum of Art, basic taxi drivers are not mistaken. If some taxi drivers intentionally want to make a detour, you ask him - "Don't you know the Royal Gallery? Generally, he dares not bid freely. There are now separate fees for classical and modern works. I suggest that if time is limited, you can see the works of the masters. Many, some of the works that we know well in middle school, such as the death of Mara, are hanging quietly in a corner of the second floor, you can enjoy them at will. It took me half a day to impress people with the works of Bruegel and Rubens. Bruegel has a special display in a room on the second floor, which is the largest collection of Bruegel's works besides Vienna. His depiction of rural life brings people back to the countryside hundreds of years ago. But Rubens'works can cover the walls for half a year. Sitting in a chair in the middle of the hall, you can still feel the great visual impact. There is a large souvenir bookstore on the first floor, which sells all kinds of gadgets and art books with the Royal Gallery logo, but at a high price. There is a cafe on the left side of the entrance hall on the first floor. The decoration inside is interesting and you can see the scenery outside (there are many statues of people). The price is not expensive.
The Royal Belgian Art Museum is really beautiful. It's full of artistic flavor. It's located in Brussels, the capital of Belgium. This large European-level Gallery has a high status in Europe. It has a large collection, most of which are famous paintings from Belgium and other European countries since the Middle Ages. It's great to visit here.