I arrived at the museum around 16.15 and the museum is supposed to close at 16.45. I wanted to go up to the Arch for a view from the top, but it had just closed and they were pushing people away from the 2nd level of the Aviation Hall. So I went to the 1st level of the Aviation floor to take photos of the various airplane and aircraft. The outside area for the Tanks was also closed. Around 16.30 I headed to the Gallery for the Army museum, but as soon as i entered, they were pushing people back out and out of the museum at 16.30. From what I can see within 15 minutes, the museum looked interesting and a place to kill some time in Brussels on a rainy day. Just make sure you get there in plenty of time to enjoy it.
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