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Guided tours in English at the mim

All guided group tours need to be booked in advance.
One group counts no less than 6 and no more than 15 participants.
Booking contacts: 02 741 73 02 (Tueday to Friday) or reservations-reservaties@kmkg-mrah.be

Children and teenagers

5 to 8 year-olds

Instrument families
The flute and the trumpet are most certainly wind instruments. But how do you make a sound? Just blowing isn't enough! And why is it that the sound changes when you cover the holes or push the pistons? What are the different ways to make a chord vibrate and how can you alter the resulting musical note? The instrument families invite you to come and make your own experiments with sound.

Peter and the Wolf
Peter is a very brave boy, so brave that he's even not afraid of a wolf. Even so, his grandfather has warned him: "Be careful, my boy!" But Peter has some friends: the duck, the cat and the bird who will perhaps help him to catch the wolf... After listening to the story in class, you'll discover at the mim how animals and characters can become musical instruments.

8-12 year-olds

Discovery tour
The ideal way to discover the museum during your first visit! Throughout the tour, the families of instruments reveal themselves to you: harp, violoncello, trombone and xylophone are hiding in the most secret corners of the museum. All they want is for you to come and find them and enter into their world.

10-12 year-olds

Orchestral instruments
There are a multitude of instruments in an orchestra: violins, flutes, trumpets, etc... You've probably seen them all already, but have you really listened to them? It's not easy to hear the difference between an oboe and a bassoon, between a trombone and a trumpet when they're all playing at the same time! Some are in front, and some are behind but there's nothing chaotic about an orchestra. Everything is aligned, just like music paper...

12-18 year-olds

Discovery tour
Discover not only the instruments, but also how to manage and look after them: why does an instrument enter the museum and how does one manage such a collection?

Orchestral instruments

There are a multitude of instruments in an orchestra: violins, flutes, trumpets, etc... You've probably seen them all already, but have you really listened to them? It's not easy to hear the difference between an oboe and a bassoon, between a trombone and a trumpet when they're all playing at the same time! Some are in front, and some are behind but there's nothing chaotic about an orchestra. Everything is aligned, just like music paper...

When? Tuesday to Sunday

Duration: 90 minutes

Price: € 102,5 per group (15 children/youngsters max.)

Adults (18+ years old)

Discover the mim

General guided tour of the museum collections

When? Tuesday to Sunday
Duration: 90 minutes

Price: € 117,50 per group of 15 + € 8/10 per person