The Musee Fin-De-Siècle is one of four specialized museums under one roof at the Royal Museums. You pay a separate entrance for each part. I hope that no one from the Metropolitan Museum in NYC gets any ideas here! The collection is quite nice, heavy on Belgian artists both well- and not-so-well-known. It includes painting, sculpture and the decorative arts, with some outstanding examples of Art nouveau furniture and glass. There is also an interactive kiosk with examples of vernacular art nouveau architecture, which is very well done, although it could include more buildings. One drawback is that I was constantly going up or down stairs, as the museum is spread over several floors.
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