Museum Mayer Van den Bergh
Adding €2 to the price of Rubenshuis entrance gets you a combi-ticket including this realistically simulated 16th-century townhouse,...
Classic beer pub boasting 700 mostly Belgian brews, including notably rare ‘vintage’ bottles laid down to mature for several years like...
This friendly youthful cafe-restaurant pays homage to classic children’s-TV character Kapitein Zeppos and serves a good range of pub...
Lonely Planet review
Now mainly a gallery of religious art, the Maagdenhuis was an orphanage and child refuge from 1553 to 1882. Notice a few cut playing cards? They were snipped in half when girls were brought to the refuge by impoverished parents unable to feed them: one piece was retained by the parent and the other kept with the child as an identification token.