Visit : Museum/Discover, Monument, Art Nouveau, Architectural Heritage
The Autrique House
© François Schuiten
Chaussée de Haecht 266
1030 Brussels (SCHAERBEEK)
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The Autrique House is the very first striking building by Victor Horta and a major part of Brussels' architectural heritage.
Built in 1893, it represents an essential stage in the evolution of the architect and helps us to better understand Art Nouveau.
The scenography created by Schuiten and Peeters makes it a sort of house of houses, a tribute to Brussels' private architecture with a touch of imagination at the same time.
The Autrique House holds temporary exhibitions on the 19th century in Brussels, comic strips and Art Nouveau.
Organising your visit
Wednesday-Sunday from 12 noon to 6pm.
Last entrance is at 5.30pm.
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and public holidays.
Guided tours available by reservation only.
Seniors, students (18-26 years old) and groups: €5
Schaerbeek inhabitants and children (6-17 years old): €3
Unfortunately, the Autrique House is not accessible to persons with reduced mobility.
How to get there: Tram 92 and 93 (Saint-Servais) and 9à (Robiano) - Bus 65 and 66 (Robiano) and 59 (Herman).