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Activities & Sights

Museums (38)

  1. Centrum voor Oude Kunst 't Vliegend Peert
  2. Schepenhuis
  3. Museum Hof van Busleyden
  4. Uhrenmuseum
  5. Kazerne Dossin – Mémorial
  6. Speelgoedmuseum Mechelen
  7. Eisenbahnmuseum Mechelen
  8. Technopolis
  9. 't Grom
  10. Sportimonium vzw
  11. Harmonium Art museuM
  12. Nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk
  13. Brabant Centre for Music Traditions
  14. Museum voor de Oudere Technieken | Tommenmolen
  15. Museum voor de Oudere Technieken | Liermolen
  16. Liers Begijnhof
  17. Zimmerturm
  18. Volkssterrenwacht Mira
  19. Stedelijk Museum Wuyts-Van Campen en baron Caroly
  20. Museum für altere Techniken
  21. Arboretum Wespelaar
  22. Huis Hellemans
  23. Plantentuin Meise
  24. Gilliot & Roelants Tegelmuseum
  25. Kasteel d'Ursel
  26. Koninklijke Musea voor Kunst en Geschiedenis - Musea van het Verre Oosten
  27. Art & Design Atomium Museum
  28. Middelheimmuseum
  29. Kasteel Wissekerke
  30. Train World
  31. Brussels Museum van de Molen en de Voeding
  32. Kristus-Koningkerk
  33. Renaat Braem Huis
  34. Vlaams Tram- en Autobusmuseum
  35. René Magritte Museum
  36. musée schaerbeekois de la bière
  37. Albert Couvreur Pharmaceutical Museum
  38. Tuin van Geneeskrachtige planten

Travel Guide Mechelen

Mechelen is centrally located between Brussels and Antwerp. The city attracts attention mainly because of its historic Renaissance architecture, which can be discovered especially in the heart of the city centre, not far from the Grote Markt. In the late Middle Ages, Mechelen was the cultural and economic centre of the region known as the ‘Lordship of Mechelen’. Today, the city in the province of Antwerp is home to about 85,000 inhabitants. Due to its central location between Brussels and Antwerp, the city is also considered an important traffic hub within Belgium. With the Cathedral of St. Romuald, Mechelen can boast an architecturally significant sacral building, which can be assigned to the Gothic style. The foundation stone for the cathedral was laid in the 13th century, and the bell tower, categorized as a belfry, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with the belfries of northern France and Belgium. Not unlike many major Belgian cities, Mechelen has a central square, the Groten Markt, where you can admire the cathedral and the photogenic and historically significant town hall. The Groten Markt is home to a number of restaurants and cafés, making it a great place for travellers to stop for a bite to eat. The city’s beguinages are also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and their unusual architecture is sure to delight. Mechelen is home to Het Anker, one of the oldest breweries in the country. And if you want to discover Mechelen from a different perspective, you can take a relaxing boat trip along the small canals. Popular for family outings is the region’s resident zoo, Planckendael, which is nationally known for its large outdoor areas with exotic animals such as snow leopards, red pandas and camels.

Weather in Mechelen

Der Wetterbericht für Mechelen am 08.12.2021: Ganztägig teilweise bewölkter Himmel bei Temperaturen von 5 bis 6 Grad und mäßigem Wind aus Süd bis Südwest.

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