I’m only adding this because I missed seeing it apparently and everyone always asks if I saw it. Near Grand Place, you can find the landmark of Brussels. The bronze statue of a little boy urinating in a pool is located on the corner of Rue de Chene I Rue de L’Etuve. This statue represents the “irreverent spirit” of Brussels. This boy is often dressed in various costumes, which represent the tradition settled in the 17th century. In the City Hall museum, you can see the collection of costumes this boy has worn. The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday between 10 am and 5 pm.