Pierre-Joseph Redouté Museum
Rue Redouté 11
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The museum is in honour of Pierre-Joseph Redouté, who was dubbed "The Raphael of flowers" and was especially renowned for his magnificent roses.
On display are several original watercolours, prints and objects, as well as etchings from the "Description of Egypt" (by his brother Henri-Joseph Redouté, painter and zoologist).
The museum is open from 3 July to 4 September every day from 2 pm to 6 pm. The rest of the year, the museum is open to groups by reservation (minimum 10 persons).
Guided visits for groups on request all year round, in French.
Other places dedicated to Redouté in Saint-Hubert: the Fountain of the Redouté (Place du Marché) and the Roseraie (the Rose Garden) on Av. des Chasseurs ardennais, including 50 varieties of roses.
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