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Rene Magritte House Museum

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The René Magritte Museum occupies the house in which the Belgian surrealist painter worked nearly 24 years of his life. On the ground floor the museum presents the apartment where the painter lived and worked from 1930 to 1954, A biographical...more
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Rue Esseghem 135 | Avenue Woeste, Jette, Brussels 1090, Belgium
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+32 2 428 26 26
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Fabulous collection of French, Belgian, Dutch and other European art, the highlight for me being seeing David's masterpiece The Death of Marat. Incredible!

Thank William E
Reviewed 14 July 2018 via mobile

Easy to get there with tram 93. Essential to try to discover and to understand the deeper meanings of Magritte's art. Very bourgeois environment. Surrealism as an escape from an unbearable ordinary life.

Thank Peter D
Reviewed 2 April 2018

The Hoho bus stops about 10 minutes walk away but the driver sent us in the wrong direction so took more like 30 minutes to find. Worth the detour for Magritte fans to see the small ground floor apartment, recreated like a time capsule, where...More

1  Thank Ridgewaylass
Reviewed 28 March 2018

As a lover of painting I visited rene magrit house museum in brussels 2017 i was fascinatied by his work, it is worth to go here.

Thank Kako S
Reviewed 24 March 2018 via mobile

Off the beaten track in a residential area this house is a must see for Magritte fans. He lived in the downstairs rooms with his wife for 24 years after returning from Paris. The rooms have been made up to look like they were when...More

1  Thank Nicola81677
Reviewed 16 March 2018

Margritte's house where he lived for 24 years until 1954 is located in Jette. From downtown Bruxelles it is about 40 minutes with bus. The house is very anonymous and you have to ring twice to get the staff to open. When I arrived I...More

Thank Kim E
Esseghem, Assistante at Rene Magritte House Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 18 March 2018

We thank you for your really nice message and we are glad that you appreciated our small, intimate museum. :)

Reviewed 6 March 2018

Specific melancholy of this place allowes to learn more about the atmosphere of Belgium. It allowes you to forget about the world outside, and immerse yourself in the world of imagination of that particular artist.

Thank Efcalovestravelling
Reviewed 6 March 2018

You have to get a timed-reservation on line -- it is really a three story house in the middle of a block in a residential area. Ring the door bell at the time appointed on your ticket and someone will let you in. They have...More

Thank David M
Reviewed 4 March 2018

A painter with a special eye to the artistic motives. Very decorative , colorful and with a blink of the artistic eye of Rene

Thank Lisa R
Reviewed 1 March 2018

Very off the beaten track museum: the house where Magritte lived and worked. It has many of his works and exposes his professional work, largely in Advertising

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Response from Ariel C | Reviewed this property |
Hello. Please visit his home first, because you are going to know his background and then visit the museum. You are going to enjoy it.
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