Once upon a time there was a bakery that became the House of the King and eventually turned into a museum. Its lacy façade hides architectural secrets, symbols of the city’s history and the presence of the Duke. Inside are models, statues in bronze and wood, old stones, altarpieces and paintings that reveal themselves to the most determined visitor. When the House of the King speaks of history, the past and neighbourhoods of Brussels shine in a different and bri- ghter light. It really does have some surprises in store!
Private visit, organized on demand
Possibility to include the visit of the Maison du Roi as an extra
Customs and habits of the Renaissance: Focus on the Maison du Roi
Location: Grand-Place, 1000 Brussels