The Museum of the City of Brussels in Brussels

The Museum of the City of Brussels Overview

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Located in the Grand Palace Square of Brussles, the Museum of the City of Brussels is a museum in honour of the city of Brussel; its history, development over the years and early inhabitants. The museum is home to illustrations, tapestry, engravings, altarpieces, artwork and ancient models of the city.

The museum's most famous artefact remains the Maneeken Pis which has been preserved in its original form along with his many costumes. Constructed in the Neo-Gothic style of architecture, the Museum of the City of Brussles remains one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city and is a must visit.

  • Opening Closing Time 10 am to 5 pm (Tuesday to Sunday). The museum remains closed on Monday.

  • Entrance Fee Entry fee begins are EUR 1.50 and goes up to EUR 4

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