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This museum seems small at first glance until you start to visit the lower floors. It seems endless. We especially the Magritte part of the museum (part of a combined ticket to both museums). Worth a visit if you're into art.
Went in for a balcony view of the Flower Carpet and ended up enjoying most of the museum - especially the vintage poster collection that was on display. The building has gorgeous interiors and the view across the square is quite lovely too. Great spot...More
This museum holds some of the world's great master works. It is a must if you enjoy art and sculpture. It is in an interesting part of Brussels where there are many antique shops, cafes, gardens, churches and other galleries.
If you like art then take a trip to visit this magnificent museum that covers all aspects of art. You will not be disappointed as it does offer a full range of all aspects of art from the various different styles and ideas.
This museum is just a small community museum, but what a surprisingly interesting and large collection. Spilliaert, Panamarenko, Ensor, Minne, Wouters, Magritte and the list goes on and on. The retrospective of Robert Doisneau came as an unexpected bonus. Some good books in the shop.
We were staying with friends nearby, and learned about the Doisneau show. It runs until February 4, 2018. It was a superb show, with about 150 of his photos, some famous, others not so much.
There was a video presentation about Doisneau and his art,...More
Maybe I am spoiled by London museums and galleries being almost all free, but €8 seemed a lot for a small collection, of admittedly interesting and good quality 20th Century art and photography. Free cloak room but no cafe.