16.08.18 > 19.08.18

Flower carpet

Flower carpet

Access to the balcony

€8 | €6 |€ 4| €0 + € 1,50 (access balcony)

Last admission: 4.30 p.m
09.05.18 > 03.09.18

Affiches Belle Epoque

Affiches Belle Epoque

A unique collection

With their advertising messages, these posters heralded the consumer society. They extolled the joys of a multitude of products, from telephones and bicycles to circuses and theatres. The artists set their sights on the image of the middle-class, liberated woman of the time, the spearhead of this desire for luxury and modernity. Their huge public popularity created a phenomenon called "affichomanie" or "poster frenzy", with fans amassing huge collections. The exhibition presents the collection of Ernest de Try, which was bequeathed to the City of Brussels in 1934. This collection, shown to the public for the every first time, is characterised by its exceptional attention to everyday life in Brussels. It is the perfect summer discovery !


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09.05.18 > 03.09.18

Affiches Belle Epoque

Affiches Belle Epoque

For kids

Colours, drawings, techniques, a fun visit is designed especially for children from 7 to 12 years.

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Saturday 01.09.18

Weekend of finishing

 Weekend of finishing

Kitchen litho Workshop

At 10.00 and 2.00 pm: the participants use equipement and ustensils available in a kitchen and make the lithographic technique much simpler and accessible to everyone. (Workshop in French, trilingual worksheet)

From 8 year-old (duration +/- 2 hours)
Admission : 12€
The workshop will take place at Vanderborght (Rue de l'Ecuyer 50, 1000 Brussels)

Reservation required (limited places) before August 30: service.educatif@brucity.be

Sunday 02.09.18

Weekend of finishing

Weekend of finishing

At 15.00: Guided tour of the exhibition. Access to the museum and guided tours are free on the first Sunday of the month.
At 16:30: Sale of posters of the exhibition in fac-similes 

Reservation required (limited places) before August 30: service.educatif@brucity.be


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A ne pas manquer #1
Due to the circumstances, we ask our visitors to open their bag and their coat at the entrance of the Museum. NO LUGGAGE.