Located in the Maison du Roi (King's House) opposite Town Hall, the Brussels City Museum has an extensive collection of art for a building that was originally the headquarters of the baking guild. The museum preserves the history of Brussels and is well known for housing many hundreds of Manneken Pis' costumes. (Manneken Pis is a famous statue of a little boy peeing fountain water. His clothes are redesigned and changed out frequently.) In addition to textile art, the museum also displays sculpture, pottery, prints, and more.
One of Brussels' favorite festivals, the Iris Festival brings the best of Brussels' history,... Read more