Sunday 21 June 2020 (t.b.c.)
From 9h00 to 14h00
Van Buuren Museum & Gardens
41 avenue Léo Errera, 1180 Bruxelles
The Alice and David Van Buuren museum in Brussels is located in the house of the patron Van Buuren couple. The house was originally a private residence built by the Dutch banker and art collector David van Buuren and his wife Alice. It is built in the typical Amsterdam style, although the inside of the house shows a rich Art Deco interior by Dutch, Belgian and French designers.
The Art Deco structure, carefully designed down to the smallest detail, presents an impressive collection of paintings by renowned artists from the 16th century to the 20th century: the entourage of Pieter Bruegel the Elder, James Ensor, Henri Fantin-Latour, Constant Permeke, and Gustave van de Woestyne.
The date for this event is to be confirmed, and depends on the corona-virus situation.
Until then you can pre-reserve your spot and we’ll get back to you whenever we know more.
What is included in this visit?
- Museum entrance fees
- Professionally guided tour on the origins of life
- Tour of the gardens
- Free time
- Morning coffee
- 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].