Pavillons d’Octroi - Porte d’Anderlecht 1000 Brussels +32 (0)2 279 43 83
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On this Day of the Dead, the Sewer Museum paid homage to rats and the hidden creatures lurking in our capital.
On the programme: short films on the hectic life of rats, shadow shows with torches, meetings with our guides, a photo studio, interactive cooking workshops, face and mask painting in the image of our mascot!
At the end of this day of festivities, a ‘RAT’ PACK of disguised and masked visitors joined the procession of Dia de Muertos, the Mexican feast of the dead organised by the Bruegel Cultural Centre in the Marolles.
This first edition of the Family Day was a successful collaboration between the community stakeholders, the inhabitants of the district and students and teachers of the Jules Anspach Educational Centre.
Our partners: Filem’on (International Festival of Young Audiences), the Théâtre du N-ombr’île, Cultureghem, Bruegel Cultural Centre, Jules Anspach educational centre, La Rosée neighbourhood centre, Tele-service social space, Rempart des Moines community centre.
This event is supported by the Heyvaert-Poincaré Urban Renovation Contract (CRU-5).
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Guided tours of the museum: € 70Group without a guide
Guided tours of the museum: € 70
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