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Musee Charlier

Avenue des Arts 16, Brussels 1210, Belgium
+32 2 220 26 91
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“porcelain” (2 reviews)
“sculptures” (3 reviews)
“collection” (4 reviews)
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Avenue des Arts 16, Brussels 1210, Belgium
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+32 2 220 26 91
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Reviewed 7 December 2016 via mobile

The Monday we visited, not the only reason to go by any means, the space was designed by Victor Horta as an exhibition space for an extensive collection of art. Dating from 1928, it has an Asian Room with Chinese furniture and wallpaper, as well...More

2  Thank James W
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Reviewed 21 September 2016

This small museum, situated in an old town house, gives visitors a delightful insight into the life of a wealthy Belgian in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The museum is centrally located near the underground station of Madou. Because the Charlier Museum is...More

1  Thank Quill2005
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Reviewed 12 July 2016

Sometimes, one of the most important elements in a museum or a gallery is the atmosphere you can find there. Such is the case in this small but fabulous museum which houses collections of porcelain, silverware, furniture, chinoiserie and paintings etc. Much of interest, therefore,...More

1  Thank donald l
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Reviewed 29 June 2016

As some of you may already have noticed, I’m really into architecture, private collections, not to mention the Palace and Museum craziness! So, I did (well, my boyfriend did) find this amazing house to visit in Brussels and there I went! It is an amazing...More

1  Thank AndrePatricio
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Reviewed 18 August 2015

We visited on a Monday and were greeted by a very friendly and helpful young lady. It is a small museum but has plenty of artworks and sculptures to enjoy.

1  Thank Rexgom
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Reviewed 10 April 2015

This small museum located in Saint Josse in Brussels, offers a brillant overview of how wealthy people were living in Brussels by 1900. The art collection includes some beautifull paintings and nice furniture. Moreover part of the construction is by Victor Horta a well-known architect...More

2  Thank Jean-Claude D
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Reviewed 12 January 2015 via mobile

Nice house musem on 2 levels. Interesting paintings and scultures. It takes more or less 30 minutes to visit it all. I expected something bigger.

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Reviewed 12 January 2015

I love old house museums because you can see artifacts in context and imagine how people lived. The Charlier House is a large 19th Century Townhouse near the downtown. It offers an interesting collection of late 19th Century furniture procelain and paintings. The owner was...More

1  Thank DohaInternational
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Reviewed 21 August 2014

This stylish townhouse is one of the small gem-museums in Brussels. It is not so well known, so probably you’ve got the museum to yourself. It was a delight walking around the rooms filled with furniture, paintings, sculptures, silverware and china from the late 19th...More

2  Thank Globetrotter045
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Reviewed 22 February 2014

This is a two-story museum with many rooms full of antique furniture, art, and collectibles. What I love most is that you can walk around and see things close up as they are not behind glass, velvet ropes, and alarms. I would not come with...More

3  Thank Michelle391
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