Walking tour

Commemorative walk in Tervuren

© AfricaMuseum

The Brussels International Exhibition, instigated by King Leopold II, was held near the current AfricaMuseum in 1897. Here, Congolese men and women were put on display in a disgraceful spectacle that has justly been described as a human zoo.

Now, 125 years later, the AfricaMuseum is organising guided tours on this subject. During this tour, you will visit 10 significant locations around the museum.

The tour is a collaboration with Georgine Dibua. Her association Bakushinta, organizes guided walks and commemorative events in Brussels.

In cooperation with the AfricaMuseum.

Practical information

Sat. & Sun. at 13:00 (FR) and Sat. & Sun. at 13:30 (NL) (duration: 2 hours)

Starting point: outside the main entrance to the AfricaMuseum, Leuvensesteenweg 13, Tervuren

Advance booking required. Up to 20 people per tour.