Musical Instruments Museum
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And an art nouveau masterpiece that is home to the Musical Instrument Museum of Brussels (MIM). Rue Montagne de la Cour 2, 1000 BruxellesThis museum is totally worth a visit and one of the top things to do in Brussels for music lovers . On display here are truly unique instruments that are exquisite…
Very nice museum. They also have an excellent brunch, a little pricey but the view is exceptional and the quality of the brunch is worth it. Might need to book a table in advance. City centre.
The museum of music instruments is located in a typical Brussels architecture building in the higher part of the city center. There’s a restaurant at the top that offers impressive views of the city center.
In a beautifully restored complex in Brussels, of which one part is Art Nouveau and the other is Neoclassical in design, the 1100 most interesting instruments are assembled in 4 galleries, enhanced by images and text panels.
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