The work of Pieter Bruegel the Elder has been a source of inspiration to innumerable Flemish artists. This exhibition Bruegel Land at the Municipal Museum in Lier explores the extent of Bruegel’s influence on subsequent generations of painters.
|TU - SU||10am - 12 noon
1pm - 5pm
The museum is closed on 1 January, on Easter day, on 1 May, on Ascension Day (9 May 2013), on Whit Sunday (29 May 2013), on 1 and 11 November and on 25 December.
Attention! From the 14th until the 25th of April 2014 the exhibition will be closed due to the staging of High Horizon. Bruegel Land, Early 21st Century, an exhibition project centered on the universal visual idiom of Pieter Bruegel, his direct followers, and contemporary artists as chroniclers of their ages.
The Municipal Museum provides guided tours to the Bruegel Land exhibition. A tour takes 60 minutes and costs € 50 per group of up to 25 persons. Please make reservations at least three weeks prior to your visit by contacting Toerisme Lier, T +32 (0)3 8000 555.
The Municipal Museum of Lier is located in Florent Van Cauwenberghstraat 14, near the central market place.
Walking to the Municipal Museum
The Municipal Museum is situated in the historical centre of Lier, near Grote Markt (the central market place) and at walking distance from Lier railway station (10 minutes).
Cycling to the Municipal Museum
Bicycle parking is available at Grote Markt.
Driving to the Municipal Museum
Consult Mappy to determine your route.
Public transport to the Municipal Museum
Arrival at Lier Railway Station: keep left on Leopoldplein and turn right into Antwerpsestraat. Then take a right turn into Kolveniersnest, followed by a left into Florent van Cauwenberghstraat.
By tram or bus:
From Lier Railway Station: Bus 152 to Herentals (stop: Lier Kliniek), bus 150 to Lier (stop: Lier Kliniek)
For details on tram and bus services, visit the website of De Lijn.
Wheelchair access is available.