Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

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Brussels: Magritte Museum Entry Ticket

1. Brussels: Magritte Museum Entry Ticket

Visit the world's largest collection of works by René Magritte. Enjoy access to more than 230 works and archives of the famous surrealist artist. View oil paintings, sketches, and sculptures, as well as posters, photographs and films made by Magritte himself. After viewing the surrealist masterpieces, take a relaxing break at the on site café and restaurant. Stop by the shop for an impressive selection of posters, postcards, gifts and books.

Brussels: Fin-de-Siècle and Old Masters Museum Entry Ticket

2. Brussels: Fin-de-Siècle and Old Masters Museum Entry Ticket

Discover the history of Brussels from 1868 to 1914 through its art at the Fin-de-Siècle Museum. See how Brussels developed a reputation as a cultural hotspot during that period. Explore works from major art schools such as Impressionism, Symbolism, Wagnerism and Art Nouveau. See works by famous Belgian artists, including James Ensor, Victor Horta, and Henry Van de Velde. Check out the museum's collection of works by foreign artists, such as the great Paul Gauguin. Afterward, visit the Old Masters collection which covers Southern Netherlands art from the 15th to 18th centuries. Admire masterpieces by Rogier van der Weyden, Petrus Christus, Dirk Bouts, Hans Memling, Hieronymus Bosch, Lucas Cranach, and Gerard David.

Brussels: Private Gourmet Tour with Food and Drink Tastings

3. Brussels: Private Gourmet Tour with Food and Drink Tastings

Indulge in the culinary treats that have brought fame to Belgian cuisine, from decadent waffles to savory dishes. Walk around Brussels with an expert guide and get an insider's look into the cuisine, culture, architecture, and history of the city. During the tour, capture the spirit of Brussels as your guide shows you the most impressive places in the Old Town, such as the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Manneken Pis, Place St. Gery, Place Ste. Catherine, and the Royal Palace. Hear about the legend of Belgium fries (frites) and the special way to prepare them. Better yet, find out for yourself why the sauce served with them is considered a gourmet specialty at one of the tasting stops. Learn about the surprisingly high number of different beers produced in Belgium, and have the chance to try 2. Discover the best places to try chocolate and the famous Belgian waffles, too.


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What people are saying about Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 75 reviews

Certainly very interesting. Perhaps too many repetitions between photos and films, the meaning of which at first is not understood (they concern the painter's friends and the relationships between them). The collection did not give me many emotions, it almost affects the historical / political framework more. The shop seemed to me rather banal, among other things with objects that took pictures that are not on display.

I loved the museum, it was a unique experience. Magritte was an amazing artist, it was like nothing I've seen before. I will definitely visit the museum again and I strongly recommend it everyone.

A bit confusing at the beginning, therefore preparation in advance is recommended. Due to the abundance, selection according to focus is necessary.

It is a wonderful museum. We took the audio guided tour for children as to have a lot of explanations with the paintings. It was worthwhile!

Very good! But the lighting of the paintings was not so good at times