Hortamuseum - Your visit


Your visit

Things to remember

For security reasons, cameras and telephones are not allowed in the museum. Lockers are available.

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Self-guided tour

Take a room-by-room tour of architect Victor Horta's private house and workshop, comprising eleven half-levels arranged around 3 stairwells.

Length of visit: 1h15


In order to preserve the house-workshop, a UNESCO heritage site, the capacity of the tour is limited to 15 people every 15 minutes. Visits to the house-workshop are only possible by online booking.

Monday closed
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 2pm → 5.30pm
Saturday, Sunday 11am → 5.30pm

Last session at 4.45pm: The visit is restricted to Victor Horta's personal house and the workshop is no longer accessible during this session. The visit lasts approximately 45 minutes.

Free admission on the first Sunday of the month (excluding public holidays).
Closed on 1 January, Easter Sunday, 1 May, Ascension Day, 21 July, 15 August, 1 November, 11 November and 25 December.


Adults €12
Seniors (over 65) €10
Jobseekers, residents of Saint-Gilles €6
Students (with student card, under 30) €6
Children (under 18), European Disability Card €3.5
Article 27 €1.25
Museum Pass (En vente au musée et en ligne), Art Nouveau Pass, ICOM card, OKV card, press card, Amis du Musée, Horta's Young Friends Free

Booking online is required.

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Visit as a family

Explore the Horta Museum with your family thanks to Simone's notebooks: "The Horta Museum, a family visit". This little visitor's guide, richly illustrated by Sophie Legrelle, will take young and old into the world of Victor Horta, and will allow you to discover the architect's house in a fun and interactive way, thanks to simple texts punctuated with little games.

On request from reception

Visit as a group

Sessions are reserved for group visits. Visit the family home and studio of architect Victor Horta on your own with your own guide or follow a museum guide.

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The interior of the historic house and workshop is made up of eleven half-levels arranged around three narrow stairwells. This fully listed building does not allow us to accommodate people with reduced mobility.

The temporary exhibition is accessible to people with reduced mobility.