On Tuesday (April 4th), there is a reception at the top floor of the Musical Instruments Museum (MIM).

With a wealth of some 9000 instruments, some 1200 of which are on permanent exhibit, the museum’s reputation is mainly built on its extraordinary collections. Once inside, you’ll embark on a true tour of the musical world. The MIM also has its own concert hall, specialized library, museum shop, workshop for restoration and conservation of musical instruments and is crowned by the reception area with a panoramic view over Brussels. The MIM building itself is a jewel of the Art Nouveau style, in harmony with the neoclassical ensemble of the Place Royale, Grand-Place and Central Station that are just around the corner.

Reception area MIM


Hofbergstraat 2
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