ROYAL MUSEUMS OF FINE ARTS OF BELGIUM
The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium is made up from five galleries displaying Belgium’s most important art collections: the Ancient Art Museum, the Modern Art Museum, the Wertz Museum, the Meunier Museum and the Magritte Museum.
This vast collection of over 20,000 paintings, sculptures and drawings includes 15th century Flemish masters, 16th century works by Bruegel, 17th century pieces by Rubens and surrealist art by Dalí, Chirico and Miró. If visiting Brussels between March 29 and July 1 don’t miss a major exhibition entitled Surrealism in Paris. Private guided viewings outside of opening hours are also available upon request.