Behind The Scene Tour of the City Hall

Thursday 31 May
@ Brussels City Museum
03:00 PM

On the ground floor the City of Brussels Museum presents an overview of Brussels’ arts: sculptures and monuments from sites and places of interest in Brussels dating from the 13th to the 19th century, pewterware and earthenware, silverware and pieces of porcelain, not to mention tapestries from the 16th to the 18th century and altarpieces (15th to 16th century).

The first floor is given over to the area covered by the City, its relief, the Grand-Place, the green spaces, the importance of water and the various town-planning programmes, which are all depicted and explained on the basis of various documents.

Finally, the top floor houses the original statue of Manneken-Pis and the temporary exhibitions.