This beautiful city palace in Mechelen has re-opened its doors to the public after a year of renovations.
The Antwerp museum is the first ever to be established solely around the existing collection of one person.
Discover the other side of the popular seaside resort with its impressive Art Nouveau houses, adorned with loggias, glazed tiles and elegant ironwork.
The Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art wants to present “cultural history 2.0”. That's why it has been rethought as a computer game.
The Museum of Natural Sciences in Brussels is a must-see for every single person who cherishes our planet.
In the Brussels European Quarter you'll find a museum dedicated to the - at times turbulent - history of Europe.
After being hidden for six hundred years, the Royal Library of Belgium presents its unique collection of manuscripts from the Burgundian period.
An exhibition in Mechelen shows portraits of young Habsburg princes and princesses that tell us a lot about the political powers struggles of sixteenth-century Europe.
Built on a former mining site, creative hub C-mine is more than a reminder of the underground past.
Private residence, Russian embassy, and headquarters of a TV station. Villa Empain in Brussels has been all of these.
The Flemish rural life of yesteryear teaches us important lessons for today and tomorrow.
The former 15th-century city palace is a unique museum where you can discover Bruges' rich past.
The museum in the heart of the vegetable region near Mechelen presents forgotten horticultural material and cultivation methods of yesteryear in an interactive way.
In 'Falling Is Like Flying', her highly acclaimed novel, Manon Uphoff delves into a painful personal past in search of love and identity.
From systemic teacher shortages to declining language skills, education in Flanders and the Netherlands faces similar problems. So, what can they learn from each other?