Everyone knows what is typically Belgian. Or do they? Visit the BELvue to gain a better understanding of today’s Belgium in a contemporary and original way. Discover the country’s history through seven themes in seven rooms: democracy, prosperity, solidarity, pluralism, migration, language and Europe. Look at news clips, posters, charts or graphs and listen to contemporary testimonies. Or feel an object and guess what it is.
Be sure to take a look at the gallery, with over 200 objects depicting the material memory of Belgium. Are you a lover of coffee filters, the electric fryer, or Val Saint-Lambert crystal vases? Or do you prefer vases from Van Beirendonck, Delvaux or Van Severen? Football fanatics are also in for a treat with a ball signed by the Red Devils. It’s a collection with a high Belgium content!
You can explore the BELvue entirely on your own. Would you like more information? Access the digital audio guide online, or choose a guided visit. We regularly organise thematic and evening tours. Or how about a virtual visit from the comfort of your living room?
Would you like to visit the museum entirely at your own pace? This is possible with our online digital audio guide. There is free Wi-Fi in the museum.
For young people (15+) there is an interactive visit, 'Ceci n'est pas un audioguide'.
Adults can choose between two routes, available in different languages (NL, FR, DE, EN). The 'Rooms' route guides you through the seven thematic rooms. The 'Corridors' route takes you to thirteen unmissable objects in our gallery.
Combining both routes is also possible
Avid or infrequent museumgoer? Visiting with a great-aunt or class of toddlers? The BELvue has something to offer everyone. Discover more here.
Want to work with our resources without leaving your house? Discover the BELvue suitcase on wheels, our virtual tour and educational material!
Celebrating your birthday at BELVUE means playing, learning and fun. You're sure to have an unforgettable afternoon with a delicious snack!
A workshop on politics? A hands-on exhibition about democracy? A pedagogical dossier about our colonial past? Check out our offer!