Musee Belvue

Interesting
Bellevue, a mansion built in 1777 in the neo-Classical style, was formerly a luxury hotel, then incorporated into the Royal Palace as a residence for Princess Clémentine, daughter of Léopold II. Today, it houses two museums, where visitors can learn about Belgian history from 1830 to the present day. The museum also gives access to the Coudenberg archaeological site, where a ducal palace stood until its destruction by fire in 1731.

Useful information

Address : 

Pl. des Palais 7, 1000 Bruxelles

Phone:

+32 2 500 45 54

Opening hours

9.30am-5pm, weekends 10am-6pm - closed Mon, 1 Jan and 25 Dec - €6 (visitors aged under 18 no charge) - €10 combo ticket including Coudenberg museum

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