Avenue des Arts 16
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In 1890 both buildings have been converted into one by Victor Horta. Listed building.
Important furniture collection of the epochs Renaissance, Louis XV, Louis XVI, Empire: tapestry, carpets, art objects from the Far East, ceramics and porcelains, sculptures by Guillaume Charlier.
Collection of artists' paintings from the end of the 19th century - beginning 20th century: Constantin Meunier, James Ensor, Jakob Smits, Hippolyte Boulanger, Henri De Braekeleer, Jan Stobbaerts, Victor Gilsoul, Emile Wauters, Alfred Stevens, Juliette Wytsman, etc.
Temporary exhibitions and numerous activities such as concerts and literary encounters.
Closed on 01-02/11, 11/11, 24-25/12, 31/12 and 01/01.
Last visitors are welcome at 4.45 pm and 12.45 pm.
During midday concerts, you can discover the collections from 2 pm.
Guided visits (FR and NL) for groups (max. 15 pers.): reservation required 2 weeks in advance, tel.: +32 (0)2/220 28 19.
Ground floor accessible to wheelchairs.
Access - Train: Central Station. Tram: Congrès, lines 92, 93 and 94. Bus: lines 29, 63, 65 and 66. Metro: Arts-Loi & Madou.
- 18 years: free of charge
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