Since 1950, the museum about the local history of Woluwe-Saint-Lambert is situated in the former house of rentier Emile Devos. The scenic, rural Brabant house was built at the end of the 19th century by the well-known Brussels art-lover at the edge of the Parc de Roodebeek. After World War II the house merged with the mansion of the symbolic painter Constant Montald (1862-1944) and was bought by the municipality. Needless to say that the local authorities possess a unique location to display the local history. This museum is temporarily closed.
Local history of Woluwe-Saint-Lambert in a beautiful, typical Brabant mansion.