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Tourist attractions in Brussels

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Some of the most important tourist attractions in Brussels Capital-Region are situated on the territory of the City of Brussels. A list of the most important museums and other exhibition spaces.

Map of tourist attractions in Brussels

Source: Observatoire du Tourisme à Bruxelles - Rapport 2009

Fill in your address and find the nearest tourist attraction.

List of tourist attractions in Brussels

Attraction

Map

Atomium

[plan]

Belgian Comic Strip Center

[plan]

BELvue Museum

[plan]

Bozar (Centre for Fine Arts)

[plan]

Brussels on Stage

[plan]

Cinquantenaire Museum

[plan]

Coudenberg

[plan]

Editions Jacques Brel

[plan]

Fine Arts Museum

[plan]

Halle Gate

[plan]

Magritte Museum

[plan]

Mini-Europe

[plan]

Museum of the City of Brussels - Maison du Roi

[plan]

Museums of the Far East

[plan]

Musical Instruments Museum

[plan]

National Bank Museum

[plan]

Natural Sciences Museum

[plan]

Océade

[plan]

Planetarium

[plan]

Royal Army and Military History Museum

[plan]

Saint-Géry Halls

[plan]

The Magic Spell

[plan]

Practical information

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