Brussels Royal Palace Open to the Public
The Royal Palace of Brussels is open to the public from 26 July to 13 September. Every year, when the Belgian royals leave on holiday after the National Day, the Brussels Palace is opened for the public, and people can take a look inside the Palace which houses the King’s office. A tour takes you through the beautiful ballrooms, past the official state portraits of the various Kings and Queens of Belgium, and through the impressive room with the green beetle ceiling. Throughout the palace, a scientific exhibition is organized, also with some fun experiments for children, set up by Technopolis.
The King opened the exhibition officially on July 20th.
Visiting the Brussels Palace is free of charge, and the Palace is opened every day, except Mondays. If you have a chance to visit, be sure to go there! However, please note taking pictures is not allowed.
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