A very nice museum, well-done, occupying 3-4 floors of a well-designed building that takes you through one loop, then another across the hall, and then down another floor to the same with each floor representing a different period of Magritte's life and work. In addition to paintings there are photos, films, documents from his life, as well as his sayings on the wall (in French and Flemish, not in English, even though all paintings have English translations). But if you cannot read French fluently to understand his statements on the walls that give you an insight into his thinking, strongly suggest getting the audio guide and doing prior research on him before coming to this museum; otherwise you may find his work interesting but not understand anything more about him or what his work meant than before you came in.
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