Three cities, Three museums


Discover three Belgian museums like never before. They all have at least one thing in common... they have gone digital. They are therefore inviting you to discover them from your home.

As well as immersing you in 600 years of music and dance history, Museum Vleeshuis in Antwerp takes you into the world of musician Wannes Van de Velde and allows you to admire the impressive wooden rafters on the fifth floor. And it's all online! The museum's collection comprises more than 3,500 objects related to the world of music. You will be able to see musical instruments, scores, paintings and many other curiosities. With all concerts cancelled, the museum has put together playlists for you on Spotify.

Maybe you never thought you would set foot beneath the city of Brussels, let alone from your couch? The Sewer Museum has made this unusual trip possible. The sewer network under the Brussels region is gigantic -in fact it is 1,900 km long. Go here to explore beneath the city.

La Boverie in Liège offers you the opportunity to explore the works of Monet, Picasso and Magritte virtually. The museum also takes you on a journey through history, from the 16th century to the present day. Why not take a tour?