Horta Museum, an Art Nouveau gem in Brussels
Rue Américaine 25
1060 Brussels (SAINT-GILLES)
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The Horta Museum, a UNESCO World Heritage site, welcomes you to the former home of famous Belgian architect Victor Horta.
The house was built between 1898 and 1901 in an Art Nouveau style by Victor Horta. It was the private home of Horta, who gave free rein to his creativity.
Must-sees: the central stairs, which are the building's central axis, the richness of the ornamentation, the plans, the photos and models. Architecture and furniture designed by V. Horta.
Opening timesTuesday to Sunday from 2pm to 5:30pm Last admission at 5:15pm Mornings are reserved for group visits. Closed on Mondays and on 1 January, Easter Sunday, 1 May, Ascension day, 21 July, 15 August, 1 & 11 November, 25 December.
- Adults: €8,
- Students and senior citizens: €4,
- School children (primary and secondary): €2.50,
- Free for children under 6, accompanied by their parents.
Guided tours and activitiesGuided tours lasting 1 hour can be booked for a maximum of 15 people. Languages: French, Dutch, German, English, Italian and Swiss.
Guided tours and workshops for schools.
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Getting to the museum
By tram : 81, 91, 92, 97, Place Janson.
By bus: 54.
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