Reservations for group visits can be made here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday - 2pm - 5:30pm
Thursday - 2pm - 5:30pm
Friday - 2pm - 5:30pm
Saturday - 11am - 5:30pm
Sunday - 11am - 5:30pm
Last entrance at 4:45pm.
The interior of the Horta Museum comprises eleven half-floors structured around a narrow central stairwell. Due to the configuration of the building, all of which is listed, we are unable to receive visitors with reduced mobility.
Adults - 12.00 €
Seniors (+ 65) - 10.00 €
Job-seekers and Sint-Gillis inhabitants - 6.00 €
Students (with a student pass), from 18 years old and < than 30 - 6.00 €
Primary/Secondary pupils from 6 to 17 year - 3.50 €
Article 27 - 1.25 €
MuseumPass (On sale at the museum and online)- free entrance
ART NOUVEAU PASS - free entrance
Icom card, Okv card, press card, Friends of the Museum, Horta's Young Friends - free entrance
The Horta Museum educational service offers many activities for school, extracurricular and community groups with a social purpose. We are also open to further suggestions for collaborative projects in educational or social contexts.
Explore the Horta museum with your family using Simone's notebooks: The Horta Museum, a family visit.
Groups and Guided ToursGroups and guided tours by appointment, booked 10 days in advance, 9.00-12.00 (maximum three groups of 15 people per hour, tour leaders included).
Weekends: 80.00 € + individual entry fee + 25.00 € fee (supplement weekend schedule).
Evenings: 100.00 € + individual entry fee + 350.00 € (supplement evening schedule).
The Museum, the first Art Nouveau ‘listed’ building in the Brussels Région (1963), opened to the public in 1969. It is a World Heritage Site and won the Belgian Museum Prize in 2012.
Photography is forbidden. The copyright off Horta’s works is managed by SOFAM.
The Museum is supported by the Commune of Saint-Gilles, the Région of Bruxelles-Capitale (Department of Monuments and Sites), the French Community of Belgium, the King Baudouin Foundation, and the Fonds de restauration du patrimonie mobilier ING in Belgium, managed by Roberto Polo of the King Baudouin Foundation.
EU Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Awards