...and not just because there are three levels of his work!
Make sure you get the audio guide especially if you don't speak French or Belgian as all the labels and signs are in these two languages only. There is a booklet of translations, but the guide really enhances the visit.
Note: most of the really famous pieces aren't here, but there is more than enough to make up for it. The levels are well thought out, I spent 2.5 hours here without even realising.
Gift shop is extensive but expensive, and the official guide to the museum was not available in English, which was a pity.
As a fan who didn't know much I came away feeling that I had gained a really good insight into Magritte's life and work. This and the Horta museum were the best places I visited, would definitely visit again!
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