Horta Museum in Brussels

Horta Museum Overview

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The Horta Museum is a museum dedicated to celebrate Belgian architect Victor Horta, who is regarded as the founding father of the art nouveau style of architecture. The museum is situated in the house of Horta and was purchased by the District of St.Giles in 1963 who turned it into a museum. .

The museum comprises of two buildings; the residence and the studio. The tour of the museum begins on the first floor, where you are given a small booklet which gives you information on the museum and Victor Horta. .

The first floor contains the reception, dining room, music room and living room. The second floor is the private residence of the Horta’s. On the third floor you will find a guest room, followed by Simone Horta’s room and the servant quarters.

The museum also has a basement which holds miniature models of buildings by Horta. There is a shop at the entrance of the museum from where one can buy postcards, books and posters on Art Nouveau.

  • Opening Closing Time 2:30 pm to 5:15pm (Tuesday to Sunday). The museum is closed on Mondays.

  • Entrance Fee EUR 8 (adults), EUR 4 (senior citizens and students), EUR 2.50 (Primary and secondary school students)

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