MUSEUM OF THE 18th CENTURY IN THE PALACE OF CHARLES OF LORRAINE
Place du Musée 1
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The museum of the 18th century is located in the palace of Charles of Lorraine, governor general of the Austrian Netherlands from 1744 to 1780. The museum charts the 18th century intellectual life. Each of the 5 salons evokes a particular aspect: Charles of Lorraine's life, science, travelling, leisure, freemasonry, music and the art of table-setting. The exhibited works come from the collections of the Royal Library and the Royal Museums of Art and History (RMAH).
Maximum 15 persons per group.
Guide: € 50,-/week - € 55,-/weekend.
Reservation is always required for any guided visits - Phone: +32 (0)2/519 53 71.
In order to have the best conditions for visiting, groups without a guide are asked to announce their visit on the same number.
Children younger than 13: free of charge.
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