The book collections of the Belgian Royal Library are astounding alone—but there is plenty to do here for non-card carrying visitors. Five floors await for you to explore within a —but you'll want to be sure to visit the Librarium, an interactive museum dedicated to the history of books; there are exhibits which examine the forms of books over time, the legacy of writing, and the intertwined story of words and images. Once you're done perusing the museum, head up to the fifth floor and get one of the best aerial views of Brussels in the city—all from a public library. Best part? No late fees.
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