Gender@war 1914-1918 | BELvue
Temporary exhibition

[email protected] 1914-1918

women and men to war

[email protected] 1914-1918 shows visitors some of the many upheavals ordinary men and women faced during the First World War: its disruptive impact on work and family, the violence they both experienced, their joint contribution to the war effort, and more. This richly illustrated exhibition focuses on Germany, Belgium, France and Great Britain. Taking an original and comparative approach, it will make you think deeply about the effects of armed conflict on the status of men and women in society. 

A catalogue and educational tools for teachers are also available.

Organised by the Archive and Research Centre for Women’s History, in collaboration with the BELvue Museum.

Practical info

  • From 09/09/2015 to 03/01/2016
  • From Tuesday until Sunday, Monday only for groups with reservation
  • Entrance rates: €8 (adults), €7 (groups and seniors); €6 (18‑25 year-old, jobseekers and disabled persons); free (under 18 year-old, teachers and monitors).
  • Combined tickets expo [email protected]r+ Coudenberg are available.

Visit the exhibition

With the family

"Mary and Henry during the war" : children tour for 10-14 years olds, accompanied by an adult – 1€/child - More info and bookings here

With a group

Please book group visits in advance to help us organise your visit more efficiently. Information and bookings here.

With a guide

Arkadia and Korei guides are available to organise a guided tour of the exhibition for adults or school groups. Information and bookings: www.arkadia.be / www.korei.be

With the class

Educational tools have been developed to help pupils to explore the exhibition on their own (only available in French and Dutch).