Rue de la Fourche 49
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Discover the artist's work in his old house in Brussels, which has been converted into a museum.
This venue was the home of Maurice Béjart until 1987, when he moved to Lausanne in France. The large loft located on the building's second floor and made up of three levels has been restored.
The space contains the temporary exhibitions of Maurice Béjart House and the documentation and archives centre.
The Maurice Béjart house owns numerous original pieces. It offers temporary exhibitions throughout the year that present some of the artist's 370 creations.
In practiceOpening hours
All year round from 2pm to 6pm.
Closed on Mondays
€5 per person
Visit our partners' webpages
- Panorama at the Battle of Waterloo battlefield
- Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels
- Musée Oldmasters Museum, Royal Museums of Fine Arts
- Folon Foundation
- ADAM, Art & Design Atomium Museum