Street art in the street and the museum
Your guide will show you some of the street art in Brussels. Some is hidden away, some is clearly visible, some is small, some extends over several square metres. You will be surprised by the huge variety of styles and designs that decorate the streets. The tour continues with a visit to the MIMA museum, located in the former Belle-Vue brewery, next to the canal in the city centre. It has only recently opened, but has already gained an international reputation for its collection of contemporary art that is accessible and viral, just like street art. The museum's displays include its permanent collection, temporary exhibitions, meetings, films, concerts and performances in over 1,200m² of space on four floors.
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The reservations are closed on Friday before the weekend.