Currently, two special exhibitions
The museum Hospital Notre-Dame à la Rose during the winter
The museum is open from Tuesday to Friday, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. (last entries at 5 p.m.) / Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (last entries at 5.30 p.m.)
Closed on Mondays (except public holidays)
A unique exhibition on the history of medicine and pharmacy, from the 15th to 19th century.
Enema, trepanning kit, amputation saw … More than 300 instruments retrace the evolution and history of medicine, surgery and pharmacy, from the era of Ambroise Pare to Louis Pasteur. Travel back through time!
Until november 30th 2017.
Visitors and press testify
An exotic and informative output – Jan d’ Eecklo
Superb restoration of one of the oldest hospitals in Europe – Jean-Paul d’Ath
Nice tucked away surprise – Lilie, Belgique
An incredible collection of medical instruments – Luc de Diest
An absolute must – Labuissière – Hainaut
A little known jewel– Su de Dilbeek
Worth a big detour –Bernard de Tournai
Very nice and interesting – Philippe de Paris
To discover and re-discover – Pierre de Bruxelles
In the press
‘’An exceptional site, recognized as major Walloon and European heritage… A showplace of medieval history, history itself, which many would envy … To be discovered without delay.’’.
‘’A unique, original place… alive … and full of charm and mystery’’.
‘’ Thanks to this new scenography (…), the meticulous description of convent life gives a visit to the hospital visit a real originality.’’.
‘’The Notre-Dame à la Rose Hospital is a unique place, famous for its extraordinary beauty but also for its artistic, architectural, medical and social value’’. (Jury du Prix des musées 2010)
‘’Its assets: architecture, art history (…), the sum of objects that, through the ages, tell the story of evolution in medicine and care. An exceptional historical place, full of life’’.
‘’For its architecture, its collections, its atmosphere, its entertainment … Many reasons to come and return to the Hospital ’’.
‘A huge aesthetic shock’