Opening evening of the exhibition Little Life. Antique dollhouses and other toys tell you about domestic life around 1900. Astonishment and experience for the whole family. Access to the entire museum, as well as to the panorama Brussels by night.
Keen for something of a makeover? After visiting “Brussels: a Safe Haven?”, take part in the “Be an African Queen. Osez le Foulard”: in no time at all DK Ange will awaken the queen slumbering in you with the creation of a tailor-made colourful crown. All accompanied by a speedy beauty treatment.
Set in a charming 18th-century house in the Sablon neighbourhood, this museum presents the fantastic history of erotic art from Ancient times to present day. This private collection, one of the finest in Europe, provides you with the occasion to see some rare works of art: ivory statues, paintings, sculptures, Graeco-Roman antiques, Japanese prints and pieces by Belgian artists amongst others.
Usually closed to the public, the Egmont Palace is opening its doors once again for the Nocturnes. Have you ever wondered where heads of state are received? Don’t miss this opportunity to go up the majestic marble staircase or enter the impressive Mirror Room or Tapestry Room. The Egmont Palace is a jewel in our cultural heritage, waiting to be discovered right in the heart of Brussels.
Albert Couvreur Pharmaceutical Collection (UCL Museum, Brussels)
Why is the snake the symbol for pharmacies? Why are there so many different colours of capsules? Come and learn about the mysteries of the pharmacy through its weird instruments, fine china and rare ancient books. And to add a little spice, take part in workshops throughout the evening on molecular gastronomy and scientific experiments by students.