At the foot of the triumphal arch in Brussels' Cinquantenaire Park lies the Royal Museum of the Army and Military History. We went to take a look at the immense museum in the European heart of Brussels through two tours at ErfgoedApp. The Middle Ages: a time of heroic
Together with the ErfgoedApp , Kazerne Dossin recently developed a tour intended for high school students aged 15 and up. We visited the museum and through "Kazerne Dossin: What's New?" learned about the war past in a new way. A dark page in Belgian wartime history
Would you like to take a train trip to times gone by? Then hop on the train to Train World in Schaerbeek. The museum presents the history of Belgian Railways in an immersive and interactive way. By means of a rich collection, sound fragments and real stories, we take you on a journey into the past.
A sculpture garden that intertwines art and nature, doesn't that sound like the ultimate place to unwind? Entirely guided by his intuition and taste, entrepreneur and art collector Hugo Voeten (1940-2017) created his sculpture garden in Geel. The collection consists of a mix of contemporary and modern art
Although West Flanders is frequently brought to Ghent, a reverse movement is currently taking place in Koksijde. The Ten Bogaerde Arts Center, located in an oasis of tranquility where art, nature and heritage flow together, is hosting Dach, a temporary exhibition of works of art from the S.M.A. collection.
While visiting the AfricaMuseum, would you like to learn more about the renovation of the museum? Or are you curious about the origins of the museum pieces? Then the AfricaMuseum offers you three tours at ErfgoedApp through which you can discover the museum in a new way. Experts
KOERS, the museum of cycling in Roeselare, developed its first digital tour in the ErfgoedApp. The reason for this is the hygiene measures in the context of COVID-19. These ensure that many traditional tools in a museum collection can no longer be used in the same way. the same way. How did the