i went here with one goal only -- to see the manneken pis costumes. they are on the top floor and the displays were great. a lot of the costumes are on little manneken mannikins, and others are displayed in drawers that you pull out. the costumes were great and made me wish that i had seen some costumes in action. i also wished the display room was larger, as it was a bit cramped. i bet people would love to see an entire museum just with this little dude's costumes.
also on the top floor was a photography exhibit by Cas Oorthuys. i know nothing about this
photographer but i am a total sucker for old black and white photos and thought several of the photos were just stunning. if you are already paying 4 euros to get into the museum, might as well spend one extra euro to go through this exhibit. it doesn't take long but i really enjoyed it.
i skipped the other floors. if you are a history buff, then you may enjoy these but otherwise i thought they were a bit of a bore.
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