House of European History

The "House of European History" is a museum of the European Union in Leopoldpark. The museum shows the turning points in European history and the emergence of the European Union. The house of history is located in the Eastman building, built in 1935 by Swiss architect Michel Polak. The visitor receives a tablet computer, which recognizes the individual exhibits and announces the texts in the desired language. Admission is free.

Palais des Beaux-Arts

The Palace of Fine Arts combines dance, music, architecture, literature and theater in one building. The building was designed by Victor Horta in 1928, in a mixture of Art Nouveau and Art Deco.  

Comics Art Museum

Belgium has produced many famous comics such as Tintin, Lucky Luke and the Smurfs. The Comic Museum in Brussels shows the great draughtsmen of the country and their popular heroes. The Belgian comic center "Museé belge de la Bande dessinée" is housed in a former department store designed by Art Nouveau architect Victor Horta. 

Musées des Beaux Arts

The magnificent "Musées Royaux des Beaux Arts" are 3 different museums. Old Masters, Fin de Siècle and Modern Art are united under the umbrella of the Royal Museums. The old masters Rubens, Bosch, Bruegel and many others are the highlight of the museum. 

Musees Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire

The Historical Museum displays archaeological finds from Belgium, Ancient treasures from Greece, Rome, Egypt and the Middle East. In addition objects of "Art Nouveau" and "Asian Art" are part of the Exhibition.  

Musee Royal d'Armee

Belgium was the scene of many wars. From Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo to the grave fighting of the First World War and the battelfields of World War 2. Exhibits include tanks, planes and other war material. 

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