Good museum about the history of Belgium. The museum is done in such a way that visitors can follow "two paths" so there is a ton of information. Very well-done chronologically. If you read French, English, or Flemish you'll be able to understand everything. It's not very fancy but you will learn a lot. I didn't like how it glossed over Belgium's history in the Congo but am understanding why it is the case. You should also visit the Coudenberg Museum which is literally in the basement of this one.
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