Old England Building
This 1899 former department store is an art nouveau showpiece with a superlative black facade all aswirl in wrought iron and arched...
A separate ticket is required for the beautifully presented Magritte Museum. Opened in June 2009, it has the world’s largest collection...
Statue of Godefroid de Bouillon
Last-minute discounted and half-price tickets for cinema, theatre and assorted shows.
A bright and welcoming cafe with big picture windows that’s perfect for lunch or a coffee if you’re between museums. Don’t leave...
Rue Montagne de la Cour 2 · interesting places nearby
Strap on a pair of headphones then step on the automated floor panels in front of the precious instruments (including world instruments and Adolphe Sax’s inventions) to hear them being played. As much of a highlight as the Musical Instrument Museum itself, is its premises – the Art Nouveau Old England building. This former department store was built in 1899 by Paul Saintenoy and has a panoramic rooftop café and outdoor terrace.