If you go for the famous cloister, then I would rate it higher.
If you have seen the cloister, and are going for the Brueghel exhibit then I will affirm the reviews by Italians earlier here: it's not worth the cost of E30 for a family. There were 2-3 paintings interesting to note in the exhibit in a city filled with incredible art work, much of it free. In any case, we enjoyed some of the paintings in the beginning; we also liked the butterfly, crab, and insect collection. There really is only one Brueghel (peasants dancing in celebratory fashion) that represents the genre that is on the brochure and in the ads around the city. I did learn about the Brueghel dynasty a bit, but I wasn't sure that I wanted to learn that much after seeing the successive generations of art. if I wanted to point something out to my children in a normal voice, I was shushed by the same guide repeatedly, though she stood in the corner and talked with a friend for over 20 minutes! Finally, and of least significance, we could not buy postcards because of so much cigarette smoke from the cloister cafe coming into the bookstore.
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