Royal Society of Chemistry: Musée royal de Mariemont – guided tour

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13 May 2017 10:00 - 14:00
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Mariemont includes a 45 hectare park in the style of an English landscape garden; an arboretum; the ruins of Charles of Lorraine’s palace; the museum; major art collections; the most complete collection of Chinese antiquities in Belgium; a tea house and numerous collections from Japan, Korea, and Vietnam; archaeological and historical collections covering everything about the region; rare manuscripts; and many other treasures. For more information about the museum check out:   

We will meet in the car park at 10:00. There is a 500m walk from the car park to the museum, and the walking tour itself will last 2 hours.

We will reserve tables for lunch in the brasserie for those that wish to join us, however, lunch is at your own expense.

Cost of participation is €10 per person and the maximum group size is 25 – so it will be ‘first paid, first registered’.  To reserve your seat(s), or to obtain more information, please contact RSC Belgium section secretary, Becki Scott, via email.

Confirmation of your reservation will require transfer of the full amount (€10 per person) to the RSC Belgium bank account (details below).

The Royal Society of Chemistry Belgium Section
Vijfhuizenweg 2
3080 Tervuren
IBAN BE 91 3630 8144 4876
Please add the reference ‘Mariemont 2017’ to your transfer.

The date and time of payment will be used to determine priority for places on the tour and if we are oversubscribed a reserve list will be established.


Musée royal de Mariemont
Chaussée de Mariemont, 100

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