Museum Of Ixelles, Brussels
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Museum Of Ixelles, Brussels - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Rue Jean Van Volsem 71, 1050 Ixelles, Belgium
Ticket Price: 8 EUR
Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Founded in the late 19th century to house the donations of Edmond De Prater, the museum’s collections quickly grew thanks to a lot of similar donations. It has one of the best collections of Belgian art from the 17th and 21st centuries in the world - paintings, sculpture, and drawings. The cover many art movements such as impressionist, neo-impressionist, fauvism, expressionism, surrealism, contemporary and symbolist. With over 10000 items, this is practically a history museum for the Belgian arts. There is also a terrific collection of posters, including the entire lithographic works by Toulouse-Lautrec.
Museum Of Ixelles Information
- Disabled accessible.
- Check museum website for upcoming special exhibitions.
Museum Of Ixelles Ticket Prices
- EUR 5 for students, seniors, groups of 10+
- Free for unemployed and under 18s.
- Get the audioguide at the bookshop for EUR 3.
Museum Of Ixelles Opening and Closing Hours
- Last admission at 4:45pm.
- Closed on public holidays.
- May be closed during removal and installation of art.
How To reach Museum Of Ixelles by Public Transport
- Buses 38, 60 stop Malibran.
- Buses 54, 71, N09, N10 stop Fernand Cocq.
- Tram 81, Bus 89 stop Levure.
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Love it! Great art work and temporary exhibitions. Picasso. Magritte and other big masters.
Very nice miseum, interesting exhibitions, not too big
I especially like that this museum is not too big. I have been to many of their well curated exhibitions and always thought great selections were made.
I enjoyed this museum very much - the permanent exhibition (some impressionism, some art nouveau...) but also the temporary one which was on photo realism - something I would say I don't like but when I saw those masterpieces I changed my mind completely! Would love to visit again if there's something interesting.
Small, cosy and up to date. Has a good permanent collection as well as very good temporary exhibitions.
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