Discreet museum w some great special expos. Hidden in Ixelles, they manage to get some great Belgian & international works- and to put together original collections...
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This museum shows a collection of mainly Belgian art of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries : A huge collection paintings and also some sculptures and Contemporary art. Also you have to check the temporary exhibitions on the website. Everything in a completely renovated building...More
The "Musee d'Ixelles" has to be included in the "must see" places when visiting Brussels. The collection is large, various, and in general the quality is surprisingly high (just because the artists are not among the most famous ones). Some frames are real masterpieces (such...More
It’s always a pleasure to visit the municipal museum of Ixelles (‘Musée communal des beaux-arts d'Ixelles’), a rather small museum outside of the centre and away from the trodden path. Unfortunately quite some Tripavisor reviews of this museum erroneously comment on the huge Royal Museums...More
I went during Musees Nocturnes, during which time entrance was exceptionally free. I only had to pay 3 euros for the audio guide for the permanent exhibition. (Watch out! There's normally an admission fee of 5-8 euros.) I enjoyed the temporary exhibition on Nervia/Laethem-Saint-Martin very...More
What a good suprise on an rainy day in Brussels ! Have lived there for a couple of years in a visit to friends we went to see this "quartier" museum wich is much bigger than we expected with a gorgeus house collectionfull of romantic...More
you will be surprised when you visit this museum, lot of paintings from begin 20th century,its a bit out of the center, but when you like art from 1920 and later...go go...
Liked the old masters and19th/20th century museums but was a bit disappointed by the Magritte section. Still, a fine place to spend the day.
super variety of mainly paintings, but also some furniture and sculpture, organised in a confusing manner, its not easy to tell where you are and what you have covered, you can see they know that as they have implemented colour coding to try and help....More