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Activities - Museums

Some museums and exposition venues near the hotel:

The Museum of Ancient and Modern Art

a superb collection of artefacts 3 rue de la Régence 1000 Bruxelles Tel +32.2.508.32.11


more than 300 old- timer cars 11 parc du Cinquantenaire Tel +32.2.736.41.65

The Horta Museum

the famous Art- Nouveau architect 25 rue Américaine 1060 Bruxelles Tel +32.2.537.16.92

Flemish Folk Museum and Archives - Flemish life in Brussels

Featuring Flemish life (public and private) in 19th and 20th century Brussels, the history of the city and the Flemish nationalist movement. Open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm Closed Tuesdays, Sundays, bank holidays and from Christmas to New Year's Day. Free admission. Guided tours must be booked 3 weeks in advance. Maximum group size: 25 people. Library, slide and photo archives, video rental, shop.

13, rue des Poissonniers (boîte 1) 1000 Bruxelles Tel +32.2.512.42.81 Fax: +32.2.502.83.21

BRUXELLA 1238 - Brussels city museum

Open Wednesdays 10.15, 11.15, 13.45, 14.30, and 15.15 and on request (book at least 15 days in advance at: Educational Services of the Brussels City Museum, Tel: +30-2-2794355) Admission fee. Only guided tours without reservation on Wednesdays. Reservation compulsory on other days. Group size: 5-20 people.

rue de la Bourse 1000 Bruxelles Tel + Fax.+


Everything about comics, from their prestigious origins until the most recent developments. Open Wednesday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm Closed on Monday. Admission fee. Guided tours for groups must be booked in advance. Documentation centre/ library, display of original comics, exposition about the creation of a comic strip and the history and development of comics. Temporary expositions (every year), specialised comic library, restaurant.

20, rue du Sable 1000 Bruxelles Tel + Fax.+


Features Belgian lace from the 17th century to our days as well as bourgeois fashion from the 18th century to modern day fashion. Belgian and foreign designer labels, including those from Paris). Open Monday, Tuesday and Friday from 10 am to 12.30 and from 1.30 pm to 5 pm (until 4 pm on October 1 and August 31). Sundays from 2 pm to 4.30 pm Closed on Wednesday, January 1, May 1, November 1 and 11, December 25. Admission Fee. Guided tours available if booked ahead. Groups of 5-28 people. Library open on request. Please book in advance. Accessible for elderly people. Wheelchair accessible (elevator).

6, rue de la Violette 1000 Bruxelles Tel +32.2.512.77.09 ou +


Art and history of Judaism and Jewish life in Belgium. Open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from noon to 5 pm Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm Closed Friday, Saturday, bank holidays and Jewish holidays. Admission fee. Guided tours available if booked in advance (tours in Hebrew available). Maximum group size: 20 people. Library, slides, archives.

74, avenue de Stalingrad 1000 Bruxelles Tel +32.2.512.19.63 Fax: +32.2.513.48.59


Featuring the development and history of the Freemason movement in Europe. Symbolic objects on display. Open Thursday from 2 pm to 5 pm and by appointment. Closed on bank holidays (except for guided tours booked in advance) Free admission, guided tours by reservation. Maximum group size: 15 people.

79, rue de Laeken 1000 Bruxelles Tel + Fax: +32.2.523.37.18


From primitive forms to electronic cash, historic and modern forms of payment are explained in their historic and economic context. History and mechanisms of the banking system and the Belgian National Bank. Open Monday from 10 am to 5 pm All other days by appointment (groups only). July and August open Monday 1 am to 5 pm and Tuesday to Friday from 2 pm to 4 pm. Closed on week-ends and bank holidays. Free admission, guided tours by appointment. Groups from 2-25 people. Library, photo collection upon written request, video shows, facilities for elderly and handicapped people on request.

9, rue du Sois sauvage 1000 Bruxelles Tel + ou + Fax: +


Popular traditional marionettes theatre. Collection of Belgian and foreign marionettes on display.Performances Tuesday – Saturday at 8.30 pm Open between curtain calls of performances, other days on request. Please book in advance.Closed Monday and Sunday.Free admission in breaks. Guided tours with demonstrations on request. Groups from 20-50 people. Tours take at least 1 hour. Library, video and sound library.

21, Petite rue des Bouchers (impasse Schuddeveld) 1000 Bruxelles Tel +32.2.511.71 37 et +32.2.513.54.86 Fax: +

Musée de la ville de Bruxelles - "Maison du Roi"

Entrance on the Grand Place. Features the history of the city of Brussels. China, Ceramics, Brussels tapestry. Collection of costumes of the Manneken Pis. Open from Monday to Thursday from 10 am to 12.30 pm and from 1.30 pm to 5 pm(until 4.30 pm on October 1 and March 31) and Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm. Closed on Wednesdays, January, May and November 1 and on November 11 and December 25. Admission fee. Guided tours on request. Please book in advance. Groups from 5- 20 people. Library open on request.

1, rue du Poivre 1000 Bruxelles Tel.: + Fax: +

Scientastic Museum

Interactive experiences and discoveries in the fields of physics, illusion and magic. Open on week-ends, bank holidays and school holidays from 2 pm to 5.30 pm School days: by appointment Closed during the 2nd and 3rd weeks of September. Admission fee. Interactive demonstrations included, guided tours on request, birthday parties, shop, coffee shop.

Pré-Métro Bourse, Niveau - 1 1000 Bruxelles Tel.: + 32.2.736.53,35 (information) | +32.2.715.91.30 (réservation) Fax: +32.2.736.53.35

ville - At 150 meters from
taxi - At 150 meters from Central Station, HUB, public transport (trains, subway, bus)
chien - Pets accepted
fumeur - No smoking

Rue de la Montagne 20 - 22
B - 1000 Brussels

Tel.: +32.2.513.29.73
Fax: +32.2.502.13.50