Nocturnes
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GEOPOLIS

ISELP

CHOCO-STORY BRUSSELS

FASHION AND LACE MUSEUM

MEM – MUSEUM OF EROTICS AND MYTHOLOGY

SEWER MUSEUM

ART ET MARGES MUSEUM

BELGIAN JEWISH MUSEUM

SEWER MUSEUM

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19h00 (Fr / Nl / En)

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20h00 (Fr / Nl / En)

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21h00 (Fr / Nl / En)

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18h30 (Fr / En) Extra Muros

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21h00 (Fr / En) Extra Muros

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PAVILLON D’OCTROI
PORTE D’ANDERLECHT
1000 BRUSSELS

M 2,6 T 51,82 B 46

EXPO "Microplastics: the invisible becomes visible"

BEHIND THE SCENES – Behind the Senne The left opening of the vaulted Senne, which you can visit as part of the museum tour, is currently dry due to maintenance work. Nevertheless, to see the river, take a footbridge over the opening on the right.
STANDING GUIDES –
In the underground world of the sewers! – 6 guides will be present in 6 rooms of the museum. Each room is dedicated to a specific theme related to sewers and water management. Our guides will give you, per bubble, some more explanations and will answer all your questions.
EXTRA MUROS –
The Visit, Urban safari – Contrasting, convulsive: the beginning of the third millennium remains an inexhaustible subject for exploration. The Institute of Applied Anthropology offers an immersive – completely incognito – visit to an urban conglomeration of the 2020s with two anthropocene specialists: Martha Singer-Delamotte and Betty Von G. Once arrived, visitors are asked to be discreet so as to not risk altering the unique conditions of the experience!

 

The Sewer Museum welcomes the exhibition “Microplastics” created by Surfrider Foundation Europe, the NGO defending the oceans and their inhabitants. The exhibition was created on the coast in Biarritz and is now making its upstream journey to reach Brussels’ sewers. Its aim is to raise awareness on the impact of microplastics on our food chain and environment. By making the invisible visible, it allows us to see how our actions affect even the smallest living organism.