Museum Mayer Van den Bergh
Now mainly a gallery of religious art, the Maagdenhuis was an orphanage and child refuge from 1553 to 1882. Notice a few cut playing...
Beautiful old theatre with a rounded façade topped by statues of nine muses, composers and writers. Built in the 1830s for the city's...
Sweet tooth? Wandering Schrijnwerkersstraat/Korte Gasthuisstraat takes you past numerous top chocolate shops and specialist bakeries,...
Museum Mayer Van den Bergh information
Lonely Planet review
Adding €2 to the price of Rubenshuis entrance gets you a combi-ticket including this realistically simulated 16th-century townhouse, actually built in 1904. The house hosts the fabulous Van den Bergh art collection, which is as rich as many a national gallery and includes Breugel’s brilliantly grotesque Dulle Griet (Mad Meg).