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#1 of 1 Museums in Zonnebeke
... visitor for the first hour - highly recommended if you are like me! Having visited many WW1 and WW2 museums in northern France and Belgium, I rate this museum as the best - 10/10 on all counts - but as this is...
I think this is one of the better war museums I have been to - it is informative and well planned out.
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#1 of 35 Museums in Antwerp
This museum is one of the top ten museums IN THE WORLD and will interest everybody : is is a historical house, it was a workplace during centuries, it has a wonderfull collection of book and prints and is just a b...
This excellent museum showcases the whole history of the 16th century printers with stories about their family and all the printing techniques they used.
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#1 of 1 Museums in Lessines
If you got bored of visiting typical picture or city museums, that's a great place to try something new.
Very interesting and unique museum, very well presented and organised.
Museum De Reede Antwerp
#2 of 35 Museums in Antwerp
We spend a couple of delightful hours in museum De Reede, with extensive collections of prints and drawings from Goya, Munch and the Belgian artist Roos.
Fantastic museum with a beautiful collection and wonderful staff
Train World Schaerbeek 4.1 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Schaerbeek
Great museums with a lot of interactive pieces, the atmosphere is absolutely unique!
I love trains, airplanes, balloons, ships, cars....and I take every occasion to visit their museums.
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Atomium Brussels 5.2 km away
#2 of 109 Museums in Brussels
All of the bubbles are/were open for visits and they are like museums that tell the story of how Atomium was made,oppening facts, architecture!
In addition to learning about the history of the Atomium, I got to see some amazing pieces of art on display that were very accessible compared to most museum presentations.
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For Freedom Museum Knokke-Heist
#1 of 3 Museums in Knokke-Heist
Friendly welcome to a fascinating and well laid out family run museum.The museum houses a number interesting collections of original vehicles and uniforms and excavated aircraft remains.
Hidden Gem: Superb WW2 Museum
Lange Max Museum Koekelare
#1 of 2 Museums in Koekelare
We’ve visited Ypres and all the British front museums and attractions but Lange Max provides a great perspective of the German front and life in Belgium whilst occupied by Germany in WW1.
The museum is very informative and with the headphones and info in english it is a most interesting experience.
#1 of 10 Museums in Ieper (Ypres)
Easily the Best of the Museums covering the 1914 - 1918 Great War, with Countless Exhibits and Updated Information on Findings, Time flew past while strolling through the Theatre and Film Shows....Very Impressed.
One of the best war museums I have ever been to due to the excellent condition of the artifacts, the variety of methods to communicate the history, and the thoughtful ambiance created through use of lighting, soun...
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Fort Breendonk Willebroek
#1 of 1 Museums in Willebroek
We spent a week visiting various museums and memorials during our WW1 Centenary trip but it was Fort Breendonk and its time during WW2 as a concentration camp that will live in our memories forever.
Most of the museum focuses on WW2 and the forts function as a prison / concentration camp and is the most preserved example of such a camp.
Rockox House Antwerp
#3 of 35 Museums in Antwerp
Antwerp it blessed with several small art museums with fine collections of early Netherlandish artworks, including the Rockox House (€8) which is open from 10 to 5pm daily.
A hidden gem among museums in Antwerpen
Van Buuren Museum Brussels 4.3 km away
#3 of 109 Museums in Brussels
I recommend to visit, would put it as number 3 after Horta museum and Villa Empain though - which are the 3 house museums I got to see during my visit.
As architecture lovers, we adore this little museum and its magnificent gardens and have already visited it several times.
#1 of 8 Museums in Ostend
As a bit of a WW11 history buff I have visited many WW11 museums over the years and this one is high on my list of top museums.
A fitting end to all the other fine WWII museums we visited elsewhere.
#4 of 35 Museums in Antwerp
Museums content is very rich, also at the second area there is a long brief of humans immigration history and it is very instructive.
Beautifully curated and displayed, the museum is a gem; our visit was rendered even more meaningful by the touching stories shared by our excellent guide, who really made history come alive.
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Talbot House Poperinge
#1 of 2 Museums in Poperinge
The personal stories and experiences; the gardens stunning and peaceful; the house and chapel like a time machine... Unlike many museums that have since become too commercialised in their efforts to exist, TH is s...
A fantastically peaceful place, a friendly sanctuary and a well organised living history museum.
Fondation Folon La Hulpe 15.0 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in La Hulpe
One of the most organic and beautiful museums of this planet.
Hidden in the beautiful park surrounding the museum, this charming place offers visitors a unique view of the artist's many talents and great imagination.
Le Bois du Cazier Charleroi 52.5 km away
#1 of 10 Museums in Charleroi
There are 3 different museums inside that you see with one ticket, and the ticket is very cheap.
The museum preserves much of the mine overground as well as restored and repurposed some of the facilities such as shower rooms.
#5 of 35 Museums in Antwerp
If you are an art lover this is a museum you cannot skip when you are in Antwerp... Very impressive and amazing pieces
Great outdoor museum in a lovely envronment
#1 of 1 Museums in Beringen
Great museum
Hooge Crater museum Ieper (Ypres)
#2 of 10 Museums in Ieper (Ypres)
Would recommend visiting this museum and cemetery before others in the area so you appreciate what these have to offer before you get bowled over by size and scale of the other museums and cemeteries.
Have been visiting for years and this is without doubt one of the best Great War museums I have been to.
#6 of 35 Museums in Antwerp
One of the best museums I've been to as it is easily accessible, pamphlets provided at each area in various languages to explain what you're viewing, interactive displays via audio, visual and kinesthetic activiti...
It is in effect a collection of small museums with each floor focusing on a different exhibition.
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#1 of 31 Museums in Bruges
We had a drizzly day in Brugge so bought a museum pass which enabled us to get into many museums and galleries for 20 Euros for 3 days.
Fantastic small Museum with an abundance of authentic artifacts pertaining to daily life in old Bruges.
Herge Museum Louvain-la-Neuve 27.1 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Louvain-la-Neuve
Everyone enjoyed the museum It is spacious and the audio guides do a nice job of explaining the history of TinTin and the detail and influences in drawing the comic books.
The museum covers Herge's childhood, life, inspirations and his full canon of work and contains a lot of original manuscripts and artworks.
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#1 of 28 Museums in Ghent
Get a $30/35 euro card to all the art galleries/museums for 48/72 hours per person from the tourist info- includes a day's bike hire, unlimited tram and bus travel, boat ride and free entry to all attractions- v w...
Chronological museums are a little out of fashion in many countries but for a city museum it works well, and this romp through Ghent's history over the last 2,000 years plus is excellent.
#4 of 109 Museums in Brussels
Visiting the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium on Rue de la Régence (regrouping the Old Masters Museum, the Fin-de-Siècle Museum and the Modern Museum) is a pleasant way to spend a chilly afternoon in Brussels.
A great museum, actually 3 museums in one where you can discover modern art, the Flemish masters and contemporary art.
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Memorial 1815 Braine-l'Alleud 19.1 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Braine-l'Alleud
When you see the memorial and tour the museums and exhibits, you learn how a coalition of many countries armies is able to route the world's most powerful army.
When it comes to War Museums, we have been through quite a few here in Europe, but the Waterloo museum is definitely the most comprehensive we have seen.
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Kazerne Dossin Mechelen
#1 of 5 Museums in Mechelen
We visited a lot of museums about the world wars, the holocaust and related subjects but Kazerne Dossin is really impressive.
Through the story of the Mechelen Transit Camp and WWII events in Belgium, this museum provides an excellent insight into the build-up to the Holocaust and into the Holocaust itself.
#7 of 35 Museums in Antwerp
Antwerp is a great destination if you enjoy smaller museums with collections of early Netherlandish artworks.
Love this small museum housing the art of a private collector who died quite suddenly and thus it's unfinished but very versatile : paintings, objects, statues from the Medieval to renaissance and baroque era.
#1 of 1 Museums in Diksmuide
My wife and I spent an entire day visiting war memorials with my brother, his best friend, and two children and I think this museum may have been one of the most interesting museums I've visited.
A very interesting place, so much museums inside and going to the top of the tower is awesome
#8 of 35 Museums in Antwerp
Though I've seen many of his paintings in museums, going to the place where he lived and worked was beyond fascinating.
It has been a privilege to see his works in the great museums of the world, from the Louvre to the National Gallery.
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