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Fair enough - this is a sewer museum, so you probably know more or less what you're going to get. But in case you don't, I'll lay it out for you.
First you need to get there, and - it's a bit of a walk...More
Very interesting to learn about the past and present of the Brussels sewer system. There actually is a working sewer system below it, as the river Zenne still flows below the city. A bit smelly, nut nonetheless a nice visit.
Very interesting explanation of converting the River Senne from an open sewer to a closed system. The diagrams and displays were great. Unfortunately the displays were only in French and Dutch so I had to rely on my limited French vocabulary. There was a guide...More
There are descriptions of sewer history and construction in Brussels. Captions in French and Dutch (no English). But I followed most the story from the comprehensive picture, diagrams and context. I think they have an English audio guide, but I didn't use it. You descend...More