The Palace of Charles of Lorraine was the Brussels residence of Charles Alexander of Lorraine, governor-general of the Austrian Netherlands from 1744 to 1780. It houses a museum showcasing 18th century domestic décor of the wealthy, furnished with period furniture, art, clocks and silverware, along with rooms displaying scientific instrument, coins and musical instruments. The Royal Library houses drawings, prints and documents.
Museumplein 1, 1000 Brussel, Belgium
Palais de Charles de Lorraine and Nearby Attractions on Map
Manneken Pis(0.5 km)
Just a short walk from the Grand Place-Grote Markt is the Manneken Pis, a small bronze statue thought to represent the 'irreverent spirit' of Brussels.
Grand Place(0.5 km)
The Grand Place or Grote Markt is the iconic square of Brussels, surrounded by the Town Hall and a range of beautiful 300 year old buildings.
Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula(0.6 km)
National church of Belgium where royal weddings and funerals take place.
La Cambre Abbey(2.9 km)
The Abbey of La Cambre is a medieval Cistercian abbey founded in 1201, and subsequently rebuilt over the centuries, mostly in the 18th century.
The Coudenberg Hill is an archaeological site with the remnants of a grand fortified palace from the 12th century.
Great Synagogue of Europe(0.5 km)
La Monnaie(0.8 km)
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