"House of the King" Palais Royal de Bruxelles Tip by filipdebont

Palais Royal de Bruxelles, Brussels: 68 reviews and 98 photos

  House of the King
by filipdebont
 
 

Opposite the beautiful City Hall, there is another remarkable building: the House of the King.

It is built in the 19th century, the design dates from the 16th century. It was the bread house and later on the house of the Duke. So there never lived a King in this building.

Nowadays it is used as Museum of Brussels.
Here you can learn more on the history of the city and the industrial art.

On the second floor you can see the costumes of Manneken Pis.

Address: Grote Markt
Directions: At Rue de Namur
Phone: +32 2 551 20 20
Website: http://www.ilotsacre.be

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  • Written Mar 8, 2004
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