Brussels 3-Hour Guided Art Nouveau Tour

Brussels 3-Hour Guided Art Nouveau Tour

From $35.31 per person

Learn about the origins and the development of the Art Nouveau architectural style in Brussels on a 3-hour guided tour. Travel to the Bailli district to see several of the most important Art Nouveau houses in the city. Finish at the Victor Horta Museum.

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Experience

Highlights
  • Discover the most impressive Art Nouveau buildings in Brussels
  • Hear about the history of the architectural style from a knowledgeable guide
  • Learn how iron, glass, wood and stone were combined to create this unique style
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Enjoy a 3-hour guided tour on Art Nouveau architecture and Victor Horta. The tour will be led by a local Brussels guide. Discover the most beautiful and impressive Art Nouveau projects by architects who mastered the art of combining iron, glass, wood and stone into an infinite variety of different forms. The tour starts at the Grand-Place at 10:00. From there you’ll take the tram to the Bailli district, the famous village within the city that has the largest number of Art Nouveau buildings in Brussels. The program ends in front of the Victor Horta Museum. Detailed Itinerary: Old England House (Music Instrument Museum) Hotel Tassel, built by Victor Horta in 1893-1894 Van Rysselberghe House, built by Ocatave Van Rysselberghe in 1912 Hotel Otlet, built by Ocatave Van Rysselberghe and Henry van de Velde from 1894-1898 Hotel Goblet d’Alviella, built by Ocatave Van Rysselberghe in 1882 Hotel Ciamberlani, built by Paul Hankar in 1897 The house of painter René Janssens, built by Paul Hankar in 1898 Architect Armand Van Waesberghe The Beukman house, built by Albert Roosenboom in 1900 The private home of architect Paul Hankar Victor Horta Museum
Includes
  • Guided tour
  • Museum admission
  • Transportation by train
Covid-19 precautions

You must book this activity online because the ticket office is closed

Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • You must keep social distance while in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You must bring your own headphones
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • You must fill out a travel information form

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    The meeting point is the Grand-Place in Brussels. You'll find the guide holding a white umbrella.

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    Overall rating

    4.1 / 5

    based on 108 reviews

    Review summary

    • Guide
      4.1/5
    • Value for money
      3.9/5
    • Service
      4.2/5
    • Organization
      4/5
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    It was wonderful and very informative. The guide was passionate, tring to give us all the interessent stroies behind the buildings without any waste of time. The explanation was also not about “just listening and nodding”, but was very interactive and even funny with small jokes:) Personally, I think this guide tour is better than Horta museum!

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    February 22, 2020

    This was a 2 hours (Very pleasant) tour with very interesting informatin about the architectural and design style, but also about the social condition that helped generating them. Succint informatin that opend my interest for the Art Neuvau mouvment and Motivated me fo learn more about it. Just what an coultural tour should be!

    January 6, 2020

    All uphill to start and very little art nouveau but picks up after about an hour. Not being able to see inside any of the houses is frustrating but people should be referred to a website like inside art nouveau which gives you some pictures in and out for various houses. It would be better if you based your walkson different areas like in the art nouveau guide you can buy in the Horta Museum.

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    December 8, 2019

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