Musée de la Brasserie
Brussels' incomparable central square tops any itinerary. Its splendidly spired Gothic Hôtel de Ville was the only building to escape...
Musée du Costume et de la Dentelle
Lace-making has been one of Flanders’ finest crafts since the 16th century. While kloskant (bobbin lace) originated in Bruges,...
The ‘secret’ upstairs room is a particularly superb vantage point though it's not always open. Not surprisingly prices are steep, so if...
La Maison du Cygne
Gastronomic Belgo-French seasonal cuisine is served in this sophisticated restaurant on the 2nd floor of a classic 17th-century...
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Lonely Planet review
Brussels’ brewery museum is authentic in the sense that it occupies the basement of the brewers’ guildhall and has some 18th-century brewing equipment. But visitors are often disappointed at its small size and the lack of any actual brewing taking place (though you do get a beer at the end).