Dana is a Travel Tomorrow reporter. She graduated in Political Science and International Relations. She moved to Brussels from Romania for her studies and Mont des Arts made her fall in love with the city and remain here. She loves animals, especially dogs, and everything food related, but dessert most of all.

20 September 2023

The double anniversary of Belgium’s Africa Museum

The Royal Museum of Central Africa, renamed the Africa Museum, has been standing in Tervuren for over a century. 125 years to be precise. Having started […]
18 July 2023

Free entry to Belgium’s museums on 10th anniversary of King Philippe’s reign

On Monday July 17th, the Belgian State Secretary for Scientific Policy, Thomas Dermine, announced that, to mark the 10th anniversary of King Philippe’s reign, access to […]
4 July 2023

Spain’s €170 million Royal Collections Gallery is finally open to visitors

Spain’s Royal Collections Gallery in Madrid opened to the public on June 29th. With a cost of roughly €170 million, the museum houses 650 works spanning […]
23 May 2023

Beloved and controversial Paris museum to close for five years

One of the most iconic tourist attractions in Paris will be closing in 2025 for a five-year period of renovations. The Centre Pompidou, at the heart […]
4 May 2023

Venice has just welcomed a brand-new photography museum

Venice is one of those destinations that keeps surprising you. Even if you’ve been to the city of doges many times before, you’ll keep on stumbling […]
27 April 2023

Marseille’s Museum of Contemporary Art reopens after 4 years of works

Four years may seem like a long time but when you’re renovating a museum, everything is relative. Even though initially the plan was to only adapt the […]
11 April 2023

Serge Gainsbourg’s home in Paris to open to the public in September

Some people have such an impact on our general heritage that they go into the history books as being true legends. Because of the language issue, […]
6 April 2023

Brussels museums to welcome visitors every Thursday night this spring

The Brussels Museum Nocturnes are back in the capital of Europe from April 13th to May 18th, 2023. Every Thursday, six Brussels museums will open their […]
16 March 2023

Zadkine’s stories in metal

In these times of war, demagoguery and fake news, it is essential to focus also on the creative genius of humankind. In these times of migrants […]
13 February 2023

Egypt opens 4,000-year-old tomb to the public

Luxor, the Egyption home of the world-famous Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, is now opening […]
8 February 2023

Paris to open France’s biggest hip hop and street art museum

Paris is no stranger to the street art culture and the French capital is about to open the country’s biggest museum dedicated to hip hop and […]
23 January 2023

Aviation museum renamed after Captain ‘Sully’ Sullenberger

The Smithsonian-affiliated Aviation Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina, will reopen this year with a new name in honor of Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger III. He became […]
20 January 2023

Emily in Paris balloon museum tours Europe

The third season of Netflix’s Emily in Paris has been recently released and, as usual, fans are taking inspiration from everything Emily does to discover and […]
20 December 2022

Brussels’ town hall opens as a museum next year

Brussels’ town hall, watching over the famous Grand Place, will open as a museum as of January 2023. On the sideline of an official budget meeting, […]
20 December 2022

The effortlessly expressive faces of Marlene Dumas

Marlene Dumas’ portraits at the Palazzo Grassi in Venice must be seen by anyone who dreams of capturing character on paper or canvas. They are a […]
16 December 2022

Hilma af Klint: the mystical pioneer of abstract art

Long overlooked, the abstract art of Hilma af Klint, with its mystical language of forms and colours, is finally getting the attention and recognition it deserves. […]