The MIM houses more than 7000 instruments, from all times and all over the world. The museum’s reputation is built on its extraordinary collection. The exhibits are displayed on four different floors featuring a wide range of instruments from all time periods and areas of the world. The MIM is a place to experience music. An infrared headphone system allows each visitor to enjoy the sound and melodies played by the instruments presented. The restaurant on the roof is also famous because of its panoramic view over Brussles. You need around 3 or 4 hours to really enjoy the whole museum, make sure you have enough time!
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Musical Instrument Museum and Nearby Attractions on Map
Manneken Pis(0.7 km)
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Grand Place(0.6 km)
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Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula(0.6 km)
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La Cambre Abbey(2.9 km)
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Great Synagogue of Europe(0.5 km)
La Monnaie(0.8 km)
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