The museum is located in one of the historical buildings of the the Grand Place. The building itself is majestically beautiful. Being around the Grand Place transports you to a different century, which is also the case once you step in the museum. There is large amount of history housed within those walls. Compared to other museum's this one is smaller but, it is still very interesting and a must see when in Brussels. There is a video of the history behind the Manneken Pis which is kinda funny. The collection of the costumes from the Manneken is extensive and impressive. Entrance fee is relatively inexpensive and it's not crowded.
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