The Magritte Museum - the ideal attraction for art lovers
The Magritte Museum, part of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts in Belgium, lies at the heart of Brussels, just 25 minutes' walk or a 10 minute Metro ride away from the Park Inn Brussels Midi.
The museum's permanent collection includes more than 200 works by the surrealist Belgian artist René Magritte and also hosts temporary exhibitions themed on different aspects of Magritte's work and how his art relates to works by other artists.
From oils to celluloid - discover Magritte's work at the Magritte Museum
The Magritte Museum houses the world's largest collection of Rene Magritte's works and includes everything from drawings, paintings and sculptures to advertising posters and films. Works on display in the museum include "The Secret Player" (1927), "The Dominion of Light" (1954) and "The Return" (1940).
Take a tour of the museum and study the works on display to see some of Magritte's trademark images, such as birds, bowler hats and apples, before stopping off for a snack in the Museum Café or a meal in the elegant Museum Brasserie. There's also a gift shop, where you can buy Magritte books, postcards and posters, as well as other souvenirs.
Explore the Magritte Museum from the Park Inn Brussels Midi
If you stay at the Park Inn Brussels Midi hotel
, Brussels city centre - location of the Magritte Museum - is simple to get to. You can walk to the museum from the hotel or head to Gare du Midi
, the city's largest railway station, and take the Metro or tram.
The Park Inn Brussels Midi is also close to many other top Brussels attractions, including the Cantillon Brewery
, and you'll enjoy a great night's sleep in one of our comfortable, temporary hotel rooms after a day's sightseeing in this fantastic city.