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Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

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Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

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WarrenFretwell wrote a review Apr 2020
Syracuse, New York3,679 contributions398 helpful votes
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This is a fairly large museum with many paintings from the Flemish school. Lots of Bruegal I and II and an extensive Magritte collection. There are also lots of stairs and the elevator wasn't working on the day we visited! Skip the cafe. Food is not that good. You can store your stuff in a locker for a Euro or two and afterwards you'll get your deposit back. It's a beautiful building and lovely gardens outside. Within walking distance of Grand Place. Note: it is closed now due to the coronavirus, but you can take a virtual tour by visiting the museum's website.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Louis Dumont wrote a review Mar 2020
Givisiez, Switzerland495 contributions69 helpful votes
A huge and impressive art collection. The works exposed are impressive... but there are too many of them to enjoy them all properly. I would say it is worth a quick tour, but for this, the price is pretty high...
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Date of experience: March 2020
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aida68 wrote a review Mar 2020
Miami, Florida327 contributions36 helpful votes
The collection is okay, for me it was all about Bruegel the Elder. I am a huge fan of the Flemish painter, who didn't have a prolific body of work that only a few museums have. This one being one of them.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Dennis B wrote a review Mar 2020
Kensington, California131 contributions32 helpful votes
Last day in town, i snuck over to see what they had. Mostly old masters, with the best in other Museums. But they had some gems. The real Cranach painting of Adam and Eve, a poster we used to gave in our bathroom. And Brueghels! I studied the Fall of Icarus in my existential English course. Great to see it in person. Also the wedding dance and the winter scene
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Date of experience: March 2020
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05095coc wrote a review Mar 2020
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The light and roomy gallery is the perfect space for this collection. Obvious highlights are the Brueghel room, with character-packed canvases and a delightful little pastiche of a yawning man; a huge room dedicated to several monumental works by Rubens; and a small but fine selection of international works, including some excellent examples of the Dutch school and the famous "Death of Marat". English signposting is infrequent, so a floor plan and an audioguide are recommended.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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