The first monument commemorating the campaign in Belgium to be erected was the Lion’s Mound during the Dutch regime, between 1815 and 1826. The Lion...Read more
Napoleon set up his last headquarters at the Ferme du Caillou on the evening of 17 June 1815. The farm now houses a small museum dedicated to the memory...Read more
Hougoumont Farm, also known as Goumont Farm (referring to the place in Braine-l’Alleud), is generally accepted as the last authentic witness to the...Read more
The Hergé Museum in Louvain-la-Neuve is a fascinating picture of the life and work of Hergé, the father of Tintin and Milou.More than 80...Read more
The Water and Fountain Museum is currently an outdoor museum, undergoing transition. Part of its collection can be viewed for free in the Bois des Rêves...Read more
The Folon Foundation, located just a few minutes from Brussels, was imagined and created by the Belgian artist Jean-Michel Folon who presents some 40 years...Read more
The Waterloo Battlefield is open every day, all around the year.
April to September: 9.30 a.m. – 6.30 p.m.
Sculpture, panting, and furniture from the 15th to 18th centuries. In particular: Collection of late Brabançon Gothic sculptures. Collection of...Read more
"The Big Mill displays: collections of porphyritic rocks (a rock all through which crystals are disseminated) from Quenast, and other Belgian stones, also...Read more