I love this museum cery well located in the heart of Brussels. You can see all kinds of instruments, listen to different music and you have extraordinary views
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For the staff, for the free concerts and for the fascianting exhibitions. The prices are low and there is so much to see - pity one can't touch more of the exhibits. Finish off with a drink or meal on the 10th floor and see...More
What fun, being able to hear so many unusual and antique instruments -- and to do it at your own pace. There's something for every one here -- whether you like percussion, strings, wind, horns, and you can skip over any sections that don't engage.
It was a great 2 hours spent looking and hearing music from over 200 different instruments ranging over 1000 years . Great for kids too ! My 10 years and 14 years kid enjoyed it equally . They offer audio guides which is must to...More
I have been to other Musical Instrument museums, notably in Nurnberg, but this museum enables you to listen to the actual sound of the instrument which is very interesting, especially for the lesser known instruments used over the centuries. The cafe at the top level...More
Stopped for refreshments and you don't have to pay entry to museum although worth a visit. Say you just want the restaurant at reception and you can take the lift. Food is good and competitively priced. Service a little patchy but good overall. Coffee lovely...More
The historical architecture is very beautiful. We can rent an audio guide at the reception desk. It is free of charge. I appreciated various kinds of instrument and music and forgot the passing of time and kept listening. After appreciating the instruments, I recommend you...More
LOVED! I am not musically inclined either with an instrument or vocal but this was one of the best museums and 8Es I've ever experienced. I think because you could hear the instruments it kept my attention.
One of the best museums in Brussels. The art deco building itself is worth the visit. The museum is very well done with an impressive collection of instruments sorted by epoque and region. The audioguide is fundamental as it allows you listening to the sound...More
Great history of the instruments in the world how they evolved. You can also hear the sounds of each instruments with the audio guide. The history of the building itself and the architectural structure are also interesting to learn about.