The building from the outside is very impressive, and on xmas market time was illuminated . Inside there was the Art of Bricks exhibition (LEGO) which I already visited at home.
The Bourse is a stock exchange- turned-exhibit-hall. It's worth visiting the Bourse just to see the awe-inspiring building and its still remaining reminders of its history as an exchange. The DaVinci Exhibit is interesting, and it left me with a new (and even greater, if that's possible) appreciation of DaVinci the man through his scientific and engineering studies and achievements.... More
This monumental building near the Grand Place would be at home in ancient Greece or Rome. It no longer houses the stock exchange whose business these days is largely conducted on-line. Walk around it and judge the size. Many art exhibits are held inside from time to time. By the way, outside, right on the sidewalk, is a two-stall "pissoir"... More
Every once an awhile, an exhibit comes along that sweeps you off your feet. Sometimes it's the beauty of the art. Other times it's what an artist saw that few others have seen. It can be the creativity he or she exhibits. And then there are those exhibits that display an artist's brilliance. Leonardo da Vinci was an artist and... More
This is a wonderful exhibition in a wonderful building. The exhibition really is a fascinating insight into the work of Da Vinci. Many of his ideas are brought to life by the models on display. It's cheaper on a Monday so if you're visiting why not make a long weekend of it and visit before your flight home. You will... More
Hadn't planned to go, but we saw it and thought we would give it a try. It was very well laid out I thought. Lots of information on boards, two cinema stands - one standing and another sitting - they looped in different languages - the cinema had english subtitles and didn't seem to match the timetable at all. It... More
If you wanted to know more about the Terracotta Army then get yourself along to this very good exhibit. It is all laid out well in the beautiful old building, and the show is in three languages.
A visit to this temporary exposition is well worth it. Well laid out, a "live" show, a film and very good narrative on every exhibit. I was inspired and now want to go to Chìna to see the other 9,900!!
We visited the Bourse as there was a temporary exhibition of artifacts from the Terracota Army. At this time of year the building is surrounded by the Christmas market chalets (opening 30th November 2012) which gives the area a nice feel although there is some building work going on outside too. The exhibition was fascinating (labels and some commentary in... More
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