Royal Museums of Wonderful Arts


The nearby arts centre BOZAR may have an edgier cool factor, but for a concentrated culture fix nowhere rivals this collection of museums in the stately Royal Quarter. You could spend days exploring its riches, but the unmissables here are the Magritte Museum, hosting the world’s largest collection of the famous Belgian surrealist’s works, and the newer Fin-de-Siècle Museum. The latter fêtes the turn-of-the-century period when Belgium’s art scene boomed, from the Art Nouveau movement to the emergence of master painters like James Ensor.


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