Indeed, it's the end of the year but fortunately, we have listed a few exhibitions that promise you some really relaxing moments.
Antarctica - Museum of Natural Sciences
Put on your winter jacket and explore Antarctica as if you were there! Thanks to the magnificent images of the director of March of the Penguins, Antarctica presents you with the incredible and fragile terrestrial and underwater biodiversity of the white continent.
Mulled wine Tram - Tram Museum
Chocolate, carols and mulled wine, all wrapped up in a vintage tram decorated with light garlands: OK, we think it's Christmas-y enough. Don’t wait and book your Tram Vin Chaud at the Tram Museum!
Bruegel in Black & White - KBR
An exhibition where you take your time to detail all of Bruegel's printed production, between snowy landscapes and moody characters.
Superheroes never die. Comics & Jewish Memories - Jewish Museum of Belgium
We’re cool with the holiday magic, but to be honest, we’re all about superpowers. Good thing the Jewish Museum has decided to explore the origins of our favorite superheroes.
How are they born? Through more than two hundred works, the exhibition "Superheroes Never Die. Comics and Jewish Memories' tells how American comics have been intertwined with the tumults of history from their beginning to the present day.
A fairytale Christmas for your children? Look no further, this museum located in the Jadot House is a palace where they can play, touch everything, participate in animations or listen to beautiful stories. No wonder we love it too.
Paul Delvaux. The man who loved trains - Train World
Do you ever dream of the festive opulence of the Trans-Siberian? We have the next best thing.
Many of Paul Delvaux's works showcase his love for trains and stations. No wonder that this new exhibition of his works finds its rightful place in the singular scenography of Train World!
Pico Bogue - Comics Art Museum
With the family! Already a classic comic book since 2008, Pico Bogue follows a little boy and his sister in their daily lives. All this with a good dose of philosophy, in the style of Calvin and Hobbes or Le Petit Nicolas.
Punk Graphics. Too fast to live, too young to die
What if we made your New Year’s Eve a little more punk? ADAM Brussels Design Museum has skimmed through the graphics of the 70s and 80s punk movements to present this private New York collection enriched with archival images and videos as well as clothing and visual art.