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9 reviews
In addition to seeing the more than 1,500 instruments on display, you can listen to them via infrared headphones, and you can hear musical extracts from almost every instrument. — Fodor's
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Brussels' incomparable central square tops any itinerary. — Lonely Planet
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This huge project is a wonder of harmony and elegance, the very essence of Art Nouveau with glass and iron taking centre-stage and gracious curves prevailing. — Michelin Guide
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A little sculpture with a large wardrobe.  — Atlas Obscura
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An eclectic collection of antiques, decorative arts... sculptures, tapestries, lace, porcelain, silver, furniture, toys, stained glass, jewels, folklore, and old vehicles. — Frommer's
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Step right up and see the amazing Atomium! This monument was built for the 1958 World's Fair in Brussels — Afar Magazine
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5 reviews
Grown-ups will love this place as much as kids do. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
This is one of a series of interconnected art museums, all operated under the banner of the Musées de Royaux des Beaux-arts de Belgique. — Fodor's
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6 reviews
All royal weddings and christenings take place here. — Fodor's
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4 reviews
The Sablon’s large, flamboyantly Gothic church started life as the 1304 archers’ guild chapel. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
The Dinosaur Gallery has more than 30 specimens laid out over an area of 3 000 m2; T Rex, Stegasaurus and Diplodocus are all represented. — Michelin Guide
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7 reviews
Theme park featuring miniature replicas of European monuments.  — Atlas Obscura
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4 reviews
The paintings of this master of Surrealism question the relationship between words, images, and reality. — Let's Go
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3 reviews
Located in the hangars of Belgium's oldest functioning station, Schaerbeek, it contains 20 full-size locomotives, many of which you can board — Fodor's
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4 reviews
Each spring, the Belgian Royal family opens their private greenhouse complex to the public, for a short two weeks — Afar Magazine
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The splendid, slightly asymmetric Hôtel de Ville was almost the only building on the Grand Place to escape the 1695 French bombardment. — Lonely Planet
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The Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert is one of the oldest covered shopping arcades in Europe — Afar Magazine
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3 reviews
The interior is an Art Deco masterpiece created by Belgian, French and Dutch designers. Furniture, rugs, stained glass, sculpture and pictures from the 15C to the 20C are displayed. — Michelin Guide
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The sculptures and other ethnographic objects provide an extensive representation of a variety of African cultures, in particular those of Central Africa and West Africa. — Michelin Guide
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Across the big, cobbled square (free parking), Autoworld displays one of Europe’s biggest ensembles of vintage and 20th-century cars. — Lonely Planet
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