permanent display at René Magritte Museum

permanent exhibition

in short

The visit of the permanent exhibition is twofold: on the ground floor is the apartment of Magritte, which was reconstructed almost exclusively with the original furniture, and on the floors is a biographical exhibition devoted to the painter.
Studio in the apartment of René Magritte
© Luc Schrobiltgen

Visitor entrance

René Magritte Museum
Rue Esseghem 135
1090 Brussels

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Musée René Magritte

in detail

On the ground floor, the visitor discovers the apartment of René Magritte, which has been restored with the original furniture. The two upper floors of the house are arranged as a biographical exhibition where visitors can discover exhibited on the walls and in the showcases twenty original works (gouaches, drawings and two oil paintings), thirty advertising works, original articles and a selection of archival documents. A chronological journey, from the birth of Magritte to his death, retrace both the different stages in the life of the artist as his artistic evolution and its links with the various artistic movements of the time.
7,50 / 6,00 EUR
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Opening Times

10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 18:00
Closed December 25 and January 1. - The exhibition portal for Europe