Sunday 13 September 2020
From 09h45 to 11h15 (+ optional lunch)
Rue Américaine 25, Brussels
UPDATE SAT 12/9 17h00 WE have 2 final spot.
A must-see for art lovers! But also for those expats who would like to get to know Brussels a bit better. The Horta Museum is housed in two residential buildings that Victor Horta constructed between 1898 and 1901 for his home and workshop. This immense work has produced a marvel of harmony and elegance. The staircase inside the house is one of Horta’s most beautiful decorations: the lightness of the metal structure is underlined by the light diffused by the stained glass windows. Join Expat Club for a visit to both the house and the workshop during a guided tour with an expert storyteller to guide us through unknown stories about Victor Horta and his museum.
What is included in this visit?
- Museum entrance fees
- Professionally guided tour of the museum
- Free time
- Lunch (optional, extra ticket)
- Great group of international people
- A lifetime expat memory
Who can join?
Expat Club events are attended by singles, couples, retirees, groups of friends or colleagues, and families. We welcome people from all over the world with a wide variety of backgrounds. Expat Club Membership is not required to join this visit.
How to add a child ticket?
Expat Club loves welcoming young expats, too! If you want to bring your child(ren) up until 18 years, please first add the regular adult ticket(s) to the cart and then go to the cart page. On the cart page, there is a child ticket available for [price to be announced].