Dive into the history of the Brussels heritage!
Discover the heritage that Brussels has to offer through clear and concise flyers, which are adorned with beautiful old iconography. This approach to heritage is intended to be accessible to all, and addresses the history of the various locations in a broad sense, explaining their origins, the different evolutions and their current roles.
These flyers are free of charge, and available in French, Dutch and English. They can be found on site, in our tourism information centres and online.
Here are some of the locations:
Atomium - City Archives - Atelier des Tanneurs (Palais du Vin) - Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Koekelberg - Royal Library - BIP (House of the Capital Region) - Botanique - BOZAR - Saint Michael and Saint Gudula Cathedral - Docks - Saint John and Saint Stephen Church - Church of Notre-Dame de Bon Secours - Church of Our Lady of the Chapel - Church of Saint John the Baptist at Molenbeek - Church of Our Lady of Laeken - Church of Our Blessed Lady of the Sablon - Church of Notre-Dame Immaculée at Jeu de Balle - Galerie Ravenstein - Galerie Bortier – Les Halles Saint-Géry - La Bellone – The Art and History Museum – The Musical Instruments Museum - Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium - Hotel Belvue - Law Courts of Brussels – Halle Gate - Théâtre Royal de Toone - Train World (Schaerbeek station), etc.