La Maison du Roi

Dressing up Belgium's finest

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The Museum of the City of Brussels is better know as La Maison du Roi (The King’s House). Inaugurated in 1887 on the second floor of the building, it became the very first municipal museum.

The museum now occupies the entire building and if you’re a fan of altar pieces and tapestry, you have literally discovered gold.

The reason the vast majority go is to see the collection of some 600 costumes worn by the Manneken Pis over the years.

At A Glance

Grand Place
Brussels 1000
(02) 279 4350

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