18 Sights in Evere, Belgium (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Evere, Belgium. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 18 sights are available in Evere, Belgium.

List of cities in Belgium Sightseeing Tours in Evere

1. Pixel Museum

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Pixel Museum Jean-Pierre Dalbéra from Paris, France / CC BY 2.0

The Pixel Museum is a museum in Brussels, on the site of Thurn and Taxis, in the Hotel of the Yes. From February 2017 to June 2020, the museum was in the French municipality of Schiligheim near Strasbourg. The museum is an initiative of director Jérôme Hatton, who previously founded the Ludus Academy, a private university for game developers. The museum exhibits a selection of the private collection of Hatton, which has collected around 20,000 items over a period of thirty years. In 2020, the museum's collection consisted of 250 games and around 2000 items around the history and merchandising of video games.

Wikipedia: Pixel Museum (NL), Website

2. Autrique House

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The Autrique House was the first town house built by Victor Horta in Art Nouveau style. This house, built in 1893, represents an essential step in the evolution of the Belgian architect. In many ways, it was an innovative dwelling, although it does not feature the novel spatial composition of the almost contemporary Hôtel Tassel. The house is located at 266, chaussée de Haecht/Haachtsesteenweg, in the municipality of Schaerbeek in Brussels, Belgium.

Wikipedia: Autrique House (EN), Website

3. Parc Josaphat - Josaphatpark

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Josaphat Park is a public park of 20 ha located in the municipality of Schaerbeek in Brussels, Belgium. The football stadium that was formerly used by the K. V. V. Crossing Elewijt lies on the north-western corner of the park. There is also an elementary school, a tennis club, the municipal greenhouses, animals, two playgrounds, a minigolf course, an archery range, three cafés, a kiosk (Josaphine's), and some ponds.

Wikipedia: Josaphat Park (EN), Heritage Website

4. Église Sainte-Suzanne - Sint-Suzannakerk

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The Church of Sainte-Suzanne is a Roman Catholic church located at the intersection of Rue Latinis and Rue des Glycines in Schaerbeek, Belgium. Built on private initiative from 1926 to 1928, the church – in Art Deco style – has been listed as a heritage site in the Brussels-Capital Region since 2003. Completely renovated from 2014 to 2018 it is one of the Catholic parishes of the municipality of Schaerbeek.

Wikipedia: Église Sainte-Suzanne (Schaerbeek) (FR)

5. Parc Reine-Verte - Koningin-Groenpark

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The Parc Reine-Verte is a park in the municipality of Schaerbeek, Brussels. It has an entrance at No. 126 rue Verte and a second entrance at No. 42 rue des Palais. The name of the park refers to Green Street and the nearby Queen's Square. It was inaugurated in June 2007. The surface of the park, more than 5,000 m², comes mainly from the gardens of the former palace of the RTT located rue des Palais.

Wikipedia: Parc Reine-Verte (FR)

6. Église Saints-Jean-et-Nicolas - Sint-Jan en Niklaaskerk

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The Saints-Jean-et-Nicolas church is a Catholic religious building in a neoclassical style located at n ° 75A on rue de Brabant in Schaerbeek, Brussels. Built in the middle of the 19th century for Catholic pastoral services in the locality The church also welcomed Christian communities of Eastern rite. The Slavon liturgy is regularly celebrated there for Russian -speaking Orthodox Christians.

Wikipedia: Église Saints-Jean-et-Nicolas (FR)

7. Train World

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Train World is a railway museum in Brussels, Belgium, and the official museum of the National Railway Company of Belgium (NMBS/SNCB). It is situated in the preserved buildings of Schaarbeek railway station and in a new shed built to its north. Although scheduled to open in 2014, its opening was delayed until September 2015, when it was solemnly opened by King Philippe.

Wikipedia: Train World (EN), Website

8. Église Saint Roch - Sint Rochuskerk

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The Sint-Rochuskerk is a Catholic church in the Brussels Noordwijk. The building dates from the late 19th century and originally had an industrial function. The church replaces a church building from 1862 that was demolished in 1971, although the renovation would take place until 1993 and the dedication by Cardinal Danneels would not take place until 1995.

Wikipedia: Sint-Rochuskerk (Brussel) (NL)

9. Parc Gaucheret - Gaucheretpark

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The Gaucheretpark is a Brussels park that is located just north of the north space in the municipality of Schaerbeek. The park is located on Gaucheretstraat between Rogierstraat and Gaucheretplein, near the North Station. It takes its name from François Gaucheret, a large landowner from the eighteenth century.

Wikipedia: Gaucheretpark (NL)

10. Église Saint-Servais - Sint-Servaaskerk

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The Church of Saint-Servais is a Roman Catholic church in the neo-Gothic style on the Chaussée de Haecht in Schaerbeek, a municipality in the north of the city of Brussels (Belgium). Built during the second half of the nineteenth century, the church is a place of worship of the Catholic parish of the district.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Servais (Schaerbeek) (FR)

11. Église Notre-Dame Immaculée - Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-Onbevlekt-Ontvangenkerk

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The Church of Our Lady Immaculate is a Roman Catholic church located in Evere, a commune in the north of Brussels. Cosntruite danns in the 1930s the church is located at the crossroads of Avenue Notre-Dame and Avenue Henri Conscience. It is a Catholic parish church.

Wikipedia: Église Notre-Dame Immaculée (Evere) (FR)

12. Théâtre Océan Nord

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The Théâtre Océan Nord is a Brussels theatre located in Schaerbeek since 1996. The co-directors are Isabelle Pousseur and Michel Boermans who founded in 1982 the company named at its beginnings, Théâtre du Ciel Noir, in reference to a text by Bertolt Brecht.

Wikipedia: Théâtre Océan Nord (FR), Website

13. Château du Karreveld - Kasteel Karreveld

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The Karreveld is the name attributed to an old three hectare domain and a château farm in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, a town in northwestern Brussels. Karreveld also determines the name of a district of this town. This space is also a municipal public park.

Wikipedia: Château du Karreveld (FR)

14. Chapelle évangélique de l'Église de Bethel - Evangelische kapel van de Kerk van Bethel

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The Bethel Church is a church building located on chaussée de Haacht in the Brussels municipality of Schaerbeek. The church is a Dutch-speaking Protestant evangelical church and belongs to the Free Evangelical Congregations in Flanders.

Wikipedia: Bethelkerk (Schaarbeek) (NL)

15. Église Saint-Vincent - Sint-Vincentiuskerk

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The Church of Saint-Vincent is a religious building located on Place Saint-Vincent in Evere, Belgium. Its origin would be an oratory established by Landry de Soignies around 675 that he dedicated to his father Saint Vincent.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Vincent (Evere) (FR)

16. Musée schaerbeekois de la bière - Schaarbeeks Biermuseum

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The Schaerbeek Beer Museum in the commune of Schaerbeek, Brussels, Belgium is a museum dedicated to Belgian beers. The museum, which is a not-for-profit association, was founded in 1993 and officially opened in March, 1994.

Wikipedia: Schaerbeek Beer Museum (EN), Website

17. Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art

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Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art Alain Homsi / CC BY 2.0

The Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art (MIMA) is a contemporary art museum in the Molenbeek-Saint-Jean municipality of Brussels, Belgium. It is a privately owned non-profit museum which was founded in 2016.

Wikipedia: Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art (EN), Website

18. Musée bruxellois du Moulin et de l'Alimentation - Brussels Museum van de Molen en de Voeding

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The Brussels Mill and Food Museum is housed in the old windmill of Evere, built in the nineteenth century, which is one of the oldest testimonies of the architectural heritage of the Brussels municipality.

Wikipedia: Musée bruxellois du Moulin et de l'Alimentation (FR)


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