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are a few museums that are worth the visit !!!
Autoworld heartily welcomes you and invites you to discover
the history of the automobile through its unique collection
of more than 300 vehicles from all over the world. They include
horse-drawn carriages or coupé sports cars of the 1950s,
limousines of your dreams or popular saloon cars, not to forget
motor cycles and other utility vehicles.
has known its hour of glory thanks to its legendary makes
and models. Autoworld invites you to rediscover the genius
of automobile constructors, the dreams and memories. Although
major Belgian car makes are associated with the past, automobile
construction in Belgium occupies an important place even
: Parc du Cinquantenaire 11B-1000 Brussels Tel. : 02/736.41.65
Hours : Open from 01/04 till
30/09 from 10 AM till 6 PM and from 01/10 till 31/03 from
10 AM till 5 PM.
of Fine arts.
Founded two centuries ago, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts
of Belgium hold some twenty thousand paintings, sculptures
and drawings. Located in Brussels, they consist of the Ancient
Art Museum (XV - XVII century), the Modern Art Museum (XIX
XX century), the Wiertz Museum and the Meunier Museum.
The Museum of Ancient Art houses a vast collection
of paintings, sculptures and drawings from the 15th to the
museum of Modern arthouses works of art from the end of
the 18th century up to the modern period: paintings, sculptures
: Located near the Royal Palace... Rue de la Régence
3, 1000 Brussels
Hours : from 10h00 to 17h00
Also take a look at :
Moved in 1969 to the cellars of the Palais des Beaux-Arts,
this film museum is not only a very nice little museum (admission
is free), but it also has two cinema theatres. First the
museum. In 40 display boxes you witness the primeval history
of cinema, what all kinds of inventors tried in order to
get moving images onto the big screen. The two small theatres
show five films a day, generally with a theme. There are
two silent movies shown each day, accompanied by a live
Where : Baron Hortastraat 9
Rue Baron Horta Brussel, 1000.
In a country like Belgium, where the average inhabitant
consumes about 8.3kg of chocolate a year, you will of course
find a museum on chocolate. Located in the corner of the
main Market Square, you can find out about the history of
cocoa and chocolate here. From Tuesday to Friday between
10am and 3pm there are demonstrations by a chocolate master
and you can taste different chocolates.
Where : Grote Markt 13 Grand