Two options are available
- €20 = 3 museums or temporary exhibitions (without Hôtel Solvay) + discounts on guided tours, Art Nouveau brasseries and shops
- €30 = 2 museums or temporary exhibitions + Hôtel Solvay + discounts on guided tours, Art Nouveau brasseries and shops
Want to treat your loved one(s)?
Personalize your gift with the Art Nouveau Pass pouch. Simply slip the Art Nouveau Pass and its guidein the pouch, and your gift is ready!
The pouch and guide are available for free at tourist offices, on presentation of the pass.
How does the pass work?
Your pass is valid for 9 months. In other words, from the moment you buy your pass, you have 9 months to choose and visit the places you prefer and enjoy the discounts. Please note that it is not possible to visit the same museum more than once with your pass.
You can either use this pass digitally (stored on your smartphone) or print it (print it at home or at the Brussels tourist office).
A paper brochure will be offered to you when you buy the pass. It contains all the information about the pass, a presentation of the partners and your discount coupons. The brochure can be picked up at one of the tourist offices or at participating Art Nouveau museums (excluding temporary exhibition venues).
Do I have to book my visits?
You do not need to book your visit, except for 3 places: the Solvay House, the Cauchie House and the Horta Museum. If you wish to visit one of these three places, we recommend you to check that the available slots are suitable for you before buying your pass.
- Please find the available slots for the Solvay House here. Do you already have your pass ? Please book your visit here. Please note: Art Nouveau Pass slots for the Solvay House are exclusive to pass holders. These slots are not shared with people who have bought an individual ticket.
- Please find the available slots and book your visit for the Cauchie House here.
- Please find the available slots and book your visit for the Horta Museum here.
Please note that slots are being added for the Solvay House and the Cauchie House.
Please note: the façade of the Solvay House is currently undergoing work. Scaffolding has been placed around the exterior as restorers give new life to this building. End of restoration is planned for January 2024.
Where can I buy the pass?
Online via this link, or in one of the tourist offices in Brussels:
- Grand-Place (City Hall of Brussels): daily: from 9am to 6pm - On 24/12 and 31/12 from 9am to 3pm - Closed on 1/1 and 25/12. A ramp is available on site on request.
- Mont des Arts (BIP, Rue Royale 2): daily: 9.30am to 5.30pm - On 21/7, 24/12 and 31/12 from 9.30am to 3pm - Closed on 1/1 and 25/12. PMR access: Rue Royale, 6.
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Discover 9 Art Nouveau museums and houses
Belgian Comic Strip Center
Since the Belgian Comic Strip Center moved, in 1989, into one of Victor Horta’s architectural beauties, it brings together Art Nouveau and Ninth Art.
The Solvay House is unanimously recognised as the most remarkable of Horta’s creations and is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Hôtel van Eetvelde
The Hôtel van Eetvelde was designed, in the words of Victor Horta himself, as «the most daring plan he had ever done».
Wolfers Frères Stores
Designed by Victor Horta, the Wolfers’ jewelry store was officially inaugurated in 1912. In 1973, the shop furnishings were gifted by the Wolfers family to the Art & History Museum.
The first landmark building by Victor Horta, the Autrique House heralds the birth of Art Nouveau. It also provides a better understanding of the historical and aesthetic interest of classic Brussels mansions.
The Cauchie House is one of the most exceptional Art Nouveau masterpieces in Brussels. Built in 1905, it was originally home to Paul Cauchie and Caroline Voet, a couple of artists and decorators.
The Hannon House is one of the masterpieces of Art Nouveau in Brussels. Standing at the crossroads of Belgian and French Art Nouveau, it represents a symbolist and dream-like world.
Musical Instruments Museum
A flagship of the Brussels’ Art Nouveau movement, the «Old England», as it is still called today, is the creation of the architect Paul Saintenoy who was nevertheless not an Art Nouveau specialist.
The Horta Museum is situated in the home and studio of architect Victor Horta. These buildings were constructed by the architect at the height of Art Nouveau.
Choose from 5 exceptional exhibitions
Privat Livemont. Fleurs à l’affiche!
09/03/2023 > 10/03/2024 - The Autrique House presents the work and life of Privat Livemont, an emblematic Art Nouveau artist from Brussels.
Art(s) Nouveau(x) Belge(s)
01/06/2023 > 05/06/2024 - In 1900 – the midst of the industrial revolution – Brussels was the testing ground for a subversive style: Art Nouveau. A style? No, a state of mind and an insatiable faith in modernity.
Resonances. Encounter between Art Nouveau and plastic design
15/09/2023 > 14/04/2024 - The exhibition Resonances aims to establish an encounter between pieces from the Plastic Design Collection of the Design Museum Brussels and Art Nouveau pieces from private collections.
Josef Hoffmann. Beyond Beauty and Modernity
06/10/2023 > 14/04/2024 - The Art & History Museum will host an exhibition dedicated to the work of the Austrian architect and designer Josef Hoffmann. Several specific themes will also be addressed, including the architectural and decorative masterpiece designed by the architect in Brussels: the Stoclet Palace.
Comic Art Nouveau
01/12/2023 > 31/03/2024 (new dates) - Besides simply representing Art Nouveau in comics, the exhibition will highlight, in an original way, the relationship between the two arts.
Get lots of discounts…
ARAU - Atelier de recherche et d’actions urbaines
30% off on the guided tours - On the occasion of the Art Nouveau year 2023, the ARAU has decided to mark the occasion by offering a range of guided tours to discover the most beautiful Art Nouveau ensembles throughout the city.
Free coffee - Combine a trip to the Belgian Comic Strip Center with delicious, typically Belgian food in an Art Nouveau setting dreamt up by Horta.
€3 off on the guided tours - In 2023, Brussels is celebrating Art Nouveau! To mark the occasion, Bruxelles Bavard is offering several fascinating guided tours.
-25% off on the guided tours - Put on your jogging shoes and join us for an 8 km run to discover the most beautiful façades of this architectural movement, such as the Hankar House or the Otlet Hôtel.
De Ultieme Hallucinatie
Free cocktail - An emblematic place of Art Nouveau, the Hôtel Cohn-Donnay - better known today by the name of the brasserieit houses - is reviving its long tradition of Art and Culture.
Free coffee/soft - Art Nouveau is invited to the Halles Saint-Géry throughout 2023! With the multidisciplinary exhibition «Arabesque», the contemporary circus will reinterpret Brussels’ Art Nouveau architecture, its movements, its curves and its ideology.
Autrique House shop
10% discount - The shop in the Autrique House, Victor Horta’s first landmark building, offers Art Nouveau books, comics, and postcards, as well as various items bearing the Autrique House logo (magnets, bookmarks, soaps, notebooks).
Cauchie House Shop
€5 off the book «La maison Cauchie, entre rêve et réalité» - Discover the fascinating book which tells the story of the Cauchie House and its creators, the couple of decorators Paul and Lina Cauchie.
-30% off on the guided tours - As part of the Year of Art Nouveau, Pro Velo invites you every second Saturday of the month to follow in the footsteps of an emblematic figure of Art Nouveau.