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We enjoyed a beautifull May day at the museum and park. The park is vast and hilly and offers an abundance of flowers (azalea, rhododendron). The museum is housed in a cool and pleasant modernist building. The collection is quaint in its selection of objects,...More
It is a great place for a rainy day in the region.
The museum is part of a beautiful park
There are permanent exhibitions but also temporary exhibitions. Keep an eye on their website. Very interesting place. .
I never dreamed I'd see giant Sequioa Redwoods in Belgium, but I did! This enormous arboretum has trees from not only North America, but from several countries in South America, China, Japan, and others. Even better, there is a statue by Auguste Rodin right out...More
I went today to visit the museum of Mariemont, cause of an exposition on wolfs. It took me about 60 km to get overthere. But it was worth it. The museum is surrounded by a big park. An arboretum, more exactly. Only saw other traveller's...More
For those interested interested in Ancient things, Mariemont offers ancient artifacts from the local area as well as things from Egypt, Italy and even China! While it can't match the cinquantenaire Museum in Brussels for size but it certainly puts up a fight where quality...More
Oh my! There's a department with art and objects involving the former castle that stood in this place.
The regional archaeology is nice, it tells the story opf the surroundings, than there's Greece and Rome, Egypt, Near East, Fasr east, religious objects, precious books... it's...More