Magritte only. Small museum that shows life and time of the artist and a great collection of his works...2 for 1 with eurostar...id go back, next to sablon for your after musee chocolate fix
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When it comes to taking a pause of the daily routine visiting a museum is an easy and usually learning choice. And in the middle of the summer heat, museums are one of the best refreshing shelters you can find. The Magritte museum resumes in...More
You really need several hours to view and study the paintings of Magritte, a surrealist artist with quite an imagination. The museum has three floors, start at the top to work your way down. An audio guide makes the visit much more interactive. .
The museum is a wonderful way to break up a busy day in Brussels. It's compact and very well-laid out, with a mostly chronological collection exploring different periods of experimentation in Magritte's career. It was especially interesting to look at different studies of the same...More
The museum tell Magritte's life story in chronological order, spread over three floors. It features some of his well know pictures, but also a lot of lesser known ones and it also documents his work in advertising. It's a great experience for fans of his...More
This tells Magritte's life story and the development of his artistic styles in a detailed but not very engaging way. There are not many of the artists well known paintings and the audio guide was very confusing and time consuming. Came away feeling justice had...More
I love Magritte and surrealism. It was a nice surprise that we passed by this museum as we were roaming around town. Pros: A nice collection or Magritte over time which allowed you to see how his techniques evolved Con: It's missing much confluence from...More
Having visited this museum years before I was expecting more, maybe an improvement. It is still very good and gives a good review of Belgiums famous surrealist but does not offer his very best works which must be elsewhere. Worth a visit but....
This museum is a fantastic collection of Magritte's work, spanning his entire career. Although, it is missing many of the most famous pieces, this should not discourage you from visiting. The collection includes Magritte's studies, notes, sketches, paintings and sculptures. This museum, as well as...More