MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF BRUSSELS - HOUSE OF THE KING
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19th century reconstruction of the building constructed during the reign of Charles V at the beginning of the 16th century.
Listed monument in flamboyant gothic style.
Visual and decorative arts from Brussels: paintings, altarpieces, tapestry, sculptures, porcelain, earthenware, silverware, tin.
Urban development: plans, scale models, evocation of communication problems, green areas, the port of Brussels, the principal monuments, the great urban creations.
Story of the people of Brussels: local political institutions, the role of Brussels as capital city, economical, social, religious, cultural and folkc history (e.g. wardrobe of Manneken-Pis).
Closed on Mondays, as well as 1/1, 1/5, 1/11, 11/11 and 25/12.
Ticket office closes 15 minutes before the mueum's closing time
Groups of min. 12 people.
Guided visits on request on the following telephone number.: +32 (0)2 279 43 55.
How to get theret: Tram : 3-4 (Bourse) Metro: Line 1A and 1B, De Brouckère or Gare Centrale.
Children under 6 years of age: free of charge.
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