Agenda: to see and to do, james ensor, museums and exhibitions and wellness in Ostend

Venetian Galleries

In 1900, Belgian King Leopold II commissioned architect Henri Maquet to design the first royal gallery: an L-shaped, closed and covered walkway between the royal villa and a large octagonal salon. Nowadays it is known by the name ‘Venetian Galleries’, referring to Venice’s classicist architecture. When the Belgian royal family decided they would no longer use their coastal residence, Ostend was given the concession of the entire complex and resolved that the building be used for cultural...

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The Spilliaert House

The Spilliaert House wants to introduce as many people as possible to the paintings of Léon Spilliaert. Targeting a broad audience, the centre wants to help improve access to and knowledge of the artist’s life and work. As a monographical arts centre, the Spilliaert House’s ambition is to host a new exhibition twice a year and position itself as the premier documentation centre for scientific research. Please note: The Spilliaert House is temporarily closed.

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Provinciedomein Raversyde

ATTENTION: The Raversyde Estate is partially closed. The exhibitions in the inner rooms remain closed. The outside area remains accessible. ...

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Mu.ZEE – Art museum at the seaside

Once a department store, now Mu.ZEE. ...

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Museum Amandine

Currently closed. ...

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