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We didn't get round very much because there was such a high quality of Greek vases in particular! But also some beautiful Medieval church reliquaries and gold (including some beautiful enamel work that the audio guide explains really well, though that was about the only...More
This museum has an exceptional selection- we were most impressed by the Egyptian, Greek and Roman artefacts. Two stacking Egyptian mummies, an enormous Roman mosaic, just incredible things.
But there is so much more - for example Easter island heads, sleds, glassware, silver, a folding...More
We went to see historic, ancient art of Belgium and were not disappointed. The altar pieces and tapestries were the most stunning given their age and the exquisite workmanship needed to create them. The building is a bit tired, but did not detract from the...More
Spent a couple of hours a Sunday afternoon here. In the permanent exhibition. Unfortunately I don't speak French or Flemish because these were the only two languages on display. This made of course my visit much less interesting. Also there were very few people visiting....More
The collection of the museum is astounding, there seems to be no end to the number of halls with display cases. Whatever culture you're interested in, you'll find it in here. Unfortunately, the information boards are only in French and sometimes in Dutch but not...More
I stopped in here to kill some time and glad I did. I went to Autoworld and the Military Museum and was told about this museum when I bought a Brussels Card. They have thing s from all over the world. The giant Easter Island...More
Visited here on our last day in Brussels. We only had two hours to spare, but if you want to take your time around it I would keep about three hours free. If you can speak German or French you are sorted. If you can't,...More
First of all, reserver about 4 hours to see it properly! It is a gigantic museum, with collections from ancient civilisations around the world (you can guess which one I run to first, an Islamic collection that is superb and the cherry on the top,...More