The Brussels City Museum provides you with tools to help you better understand its collections and the history of Brussels. If you want to know more already, you can find:
During your visit, the museum offers you:
Feel free to ask our reception team for more information.
They will be happy to point you in the right direction.
With your smartphone, go back in time and discover the unique history of the vaulting of the Senne.
Since 1871, the Senne, a river that was inseparable from the daily lives of Brussels inhabitants, has disappeared from the city centre. What happened to this river? Go to the Halles Saint-Géry to start this digital walk. The interactive content, entertaining quests and wonderful illustrations accompanying this scavenger hunt help you imagine exactly what these neighbourhoods looked like before they were irreversibly changed.
Your mission? Revive the memories of the river Senne, the mother of all Brussels residents.
Ready for a bit of time travel?
Download the Baludik app and choose the treasure hunt titled: The Senne runs through our veins
The houses of the Grand-Place, such as La Louve (The She-Wolf), le Roi d’Espagne (The King of Spain), le Moulin à Vent (The Windmill) and La Rose, arouse curiosity and give rise to questions. Their sumptuous Baroque ornaments are still a feast for the eyes. But these decorative features are no accident! Find out about the history, the symbols and the secret of these houses in just a few clicks.