Your culture attendant: things to do in Brussels

SUNDAY 21ST APRIL 2019
A THING TO DO THIS SUNDAY

in BRUSSELS
Price: €8 (adult)
Time: 1-2 hours
From a mechanical musical marvel - the 19th-century componium - to thousands of Western orchestral instruments, the Musical Instrument Museum in Brussels displays a whole range of musical instruments produced from around the world. Grab some headphones when you go in and listen out for the sounds of the world from the museum in the Art-Deco 'Old England' building at Montagne de la Cour, until 5pm.
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BRUSSELS
50.85°N, 4.35°E

Sunrise: 06:36
Sunset: 20:46
Weather: sky is clear, 23°C max, 11°C min


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