The best museums in Anderlecht in March 2023

These are the top 5 best museums in Anderlecht, Belgium, ranked by their rating and popularity in 2023. Click a museum for more information about the museum, including visitor information, exhibitions and reviews.

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These are the best museums in Anderlecht:

  1. Brussels Gueuze Museum1

    Brussels Gueuze Museum

    The Brussels Museum of Geuze is located in a family-owned brewery where brewing is still traditional. It reveals the stages of the production process: brewing, fermentation, bottling and storage in the cellar. The museum displays many materials from the 19th century, including the brewing vat, boili
  2. Erasmus house2

    Erasmus house

    The Erasmus House is the house where the Dutch priest, Augustinian canon, theologian, philosopher, writer and humanist Desiderius Erasmus stayed for just under six months in 1521. At the time, he was struggling with fierce criticism from the Church, among others. In the Erasmus House, visitors will
  3. National Museum of the Resistance3

    National Museum of the Resistance

    The National Museum of the Resistance shows which movements were part of the Resistance in Belgium and elsewhere, and what they did. The museum's collection includes documents and archives concerning the organization of the Resistance and its actions. Themes covered include sabotage activities, help
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    Museum of China - Scheut

    China Museum Scheut is housed in a missionaries' monastery. The museum paints a picture of the cultural, artistic and folkloric life of ancient China. The collection consists of ornate and striking objects brought to Europe by the Congregation of Scheutists, with the aim of familiarizing young missi
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    Anderlecht Béguinage

    The Beguinage of Anderlecht is a small beguinage dating from about 1250 near the church of St. Peter and St. Guido. The oldest traces are 14th-century and a dozen beguines lived there. The museum paints a picture of how they lived on a daily basis. There is also attention to Anderlecht itself, about

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