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. It was built in 1893 and represents an essential stage in the evolution of the most important Belgian architect. This building was restored which helps us to better understand the origin of the Art Nouveau. Schuiten and Peeters who were responsible for the interior design and the house has become a tribute to Brussels' private architecture with a touch of imagination at the same time.
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Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and public holidays.
Last entrance at 5.30 pm.
Unfortunately, the Autrique House is not accessible to mobility-impaired persons.
Groups with obligatory guided visit:
Only by reservation on +32 (0)2/215 66 00 (2 weeks in advance).
Maximum 15 persons.
French, Dutch, English (other languages on request).
Price: € 60 for the guide and € 4.50 per person (group rate).
Organisation of private events is possible: conferences, seminars, receptions, dinners...
Access: Tram 92 and 93 (Saint-Servais) and 9à (Robiano) - Bus 65 and 66 (Robiano) and 59 (Herman).