This was built in 1783, based on the plans designed by the French architect Barnabé Guimard, for the Sovereign Council of Brabant. Originally known as the Palais des Etats-Généraux in 1817, it became the Palace of the Nation after 1830. To observe a plenary session from the public galleries, please check that the Chamber or the Senate is sitting on a given date (by consulting the Official Gazette or telephoning).
Federal parliament - Palace of the Nation
Location: Rue de Louvain, 1000 Brussels