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This is not a museum in the traditional sense: the museum itself is actually the house that Victor Horta built for himself in the late 1890s, which truly exemplifies the Art Nouveau style that made Horta into one of the most acclaimed architects in...more
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This house is well worth visiting & *not* that hard to get to. Take Tram 92 from Place Louse (on the Metro) in the direction of Fort Jaco. The fare is 2 Euros on board from the tram driver or a ticket from the machines...More
Best route to visit it, take metro or walk to Louise Ave(3 blocks), turn right onto Chausee de Charleroi (about 6 blocks) or take the tram 92, turn left onto Rue American, the museum is the 4th or 5th building in. Cost is like 7...More
For anyone interested in architecture and design, this is an absolute must-see. Once Victor Horta's own home, this museum gives an insight into the work of this great architect. Difficult to find, so if travelling by tram make sure that you plan your journey carefully....More
If you are in Brussel for one day, this is by far the place you cannot miss. It is the most beautiful little brownstone I've ever seen. You do have to walk a bit to get to it, but you cannot be disappointed by it....More
If you like art nouveau architecture, this museum is a must-see. It's challenging to get to, as it's outside the city center and so is not shown on many of the maps given out by hotels and guidebooks. We started our day at the Royal...More
This museum was an unexpected delight. My boyfriend and I ventured out to Musee Horta after reading about it on tripadvisor. We waited in line to enter the museum, which is a four story home, and were pleasantly surprised. The interior is a bespoke, art...More
This was the museum that I really wanted to see, and what a disappointment. It is really quite hard to find - no signs from the Horta metro, or in any of the nearby streets, and all the shopkeepers we asked didn't seem to know...More
What an amazing house-museum this is. The interior is perfectly and lovingly restored. The design of the house is absolutely divine. I felt as if the owners would be returning any minute. Even if one doesn't care for Art Nouveau, one will gain such a...More
Very difficult to get to, the tourist information is worse than useless as was my guide book- eyewitness..
I went on the tram to 'Horta' stop from the centre, a miracle in itself as the underground / tram system provided very little information, no hand...More
Sorry for the delay, but hopefully this helps others. Definitely early in the morning, and you're right the queue can become long. Also, if you really like architecture, an hour is short to spend in the home. But you can... More
Sorry for the delay, but hopefully this helps others. Definitely early in the morning, and you're right the queue can become long. Also, if you really like architecture, an hour is short to spend in the home. But you can breeze through and feel the history and beauty of the place (check out the servants' passageways, they're quite an insight).