Horta Museum

8 / 10

7 expert reviews

“This huge project is a wonder of harmony and elegance, the very essence of Art Nouveau with glass and iron taking centre-stage and gracious curves prevailing.”

– Michelin Guide

Fodor's
"The house where Victor Horta (1861–1947), one of the major founders of Art Nouveau, lived and worked until 1919 is the best place to see his mesmerizing interiors and furniture." Full review
Concierge
"As Gaudí is to Barcelona, Victor Horta is to Brussels, and this, his former house, is now his museum."
Frommer's
"The city owes much of its rich Art Nouveau heritage to the inspired creative vision of Victor Horta, a resident architect who led the style's development." Full review
Lonely Planet
Top Choice
"The typically austere exterior doesn’t give much away, but Victor Horta’s former home (designed and built 1898–1901) is an art nouveau jewel." Full review
Frommer's
"Visiting the Horta Museum takes you straight back to the golden age of Art Nouveau" Full review
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