Quai du Hainaut 41, 1080 Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, Belgium
I am not a big fan of modern art, but I liked the place. It has a nice rooftop terrace. It is not big museum. Perhaps, more information on the artwork could be presented. In general, it impressed me positively. Single adult entry ticket costs a bit too much. You may consider buying Museum pass or Brussels card. Cafeteria seems to be nice place to eat or drink something.
Probably more worth while if you have kids. Exhibits seem to focus towards the very young. Kids artwork and create your own kind of things. The entryway was cool with optical illusions and the rooftop has a great view. Wouldn't categorise it as a museum though. Entry is $9.50 for regular admission and for an adult with no kids very overpriced. Spent 30 minutes in the museum of which 15 minutes were on the roof enjoying the view.
Cute but small modern art museum. Loved the visual pieces that played with our minds. For 9.50 euros per adult ticket, it’s decently priced. Quaint cafe downstairs sells freshly baked foccacia. Overall, we enjoyed our experience here.
We've been for their "Obsession" exhibit and it's very interesting. The border between "keen" and "sick" is very thin. Must see!
Worst experience ever on any of my travels. I love art, but this doesn't qualify. 9,5 €for adults is OVERPRICED, considering that you may spend 15/20 minutes inside. There is an optical room in the first floor, with a room showing non-sense videos, second floor there is a virtual game with miners in Congo, a room with floating Cds and a personality test machine which only takes your data but doesn't give you any results. Third floor you have one tiny room with contemporary art, but nothing impressive. I personally feel robbed. I wouldn't recommend this to my worst enemy. Avoid.