La Fonderie, Brussels Museum Of Industry And LabourCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
The museum is worth a look if you're in the area.It explores the process and impact of the Industrial Revolution in and on Brussels.The approach is a bit folkloric. What does collect artifacts and documents, the museum also collects an extensive amount of oral history. It organizes frequent temporary exhibitions on the subject.The industry is the museum focuses on our metal, food, food and textiles. Each of these have played a great role in helping develop Brussels in the past. The museum also organises walking tours of Brussels based on the teams at explores.
Entrance Ticket Details For La Fonderie, Brussels Museum Of Industry And Labour
- EUR 3 First student, unemployed, seniors over 65 years of age, Groups of minimum 10 people.
- Free for under 12 years old and on the first Sunday of every month.
- Guided tour: EUR 85 (minimum 15, maximum 25 people).
How to Reach La Fonderie, Brussels Museum Of Industry And Labour
- Subway 1 and 5 stop Comte de Flandre
- Tram 82, Bus 86 stop Driehoek
- Tram 51, Bus 86 stop Ninoofsepoort
- Bus 89 stop Olifant
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La Fonderie, Brussels Museum Of Industry And Labour Reviews & Ratings
We were having a visit with work, convivial. They have two expos, a fixed and one that changes. They do classes to work the metal. Also a big bar to get a drink. One of thoses places to pass by!
Interesting place. Not a lot of explanation available A bit outdated as layout
Neat museum. Interesting set of exhibits. Text in French and Flemish but they have the English text available as a binder
Very nice and interesting little museum. Nice exhibition of some old work machines. Recommended.
Very nice museum and they do fabulous guided tour of Brussels