BANAD Art Nouveau and Art Deco guided tours for individuals

The BANAD festival presents Brussels' Art Nouveau and Art Deco masterpieces. Make sure you follow the guide closely.

Get access to Art Nouveau and Art Deco's emblematic sites every weekend during BANAD: the Brussels Art Nouveau and Art Deco Festival.

For the second edition of this major event, guided tours of special interiors have been scheduled every weekend in March.

Unmissable or even exclusive Brussels Art Nouveau and/or Art Deco venues will open their doors. The following packages are sold out but you can still book your guided tour via the organiser's website.

Other tours available here

Organiser: explore.brussels

  • Horta & Cie guided tour - 10 & 11 March 2018 - €45 - Full 

    The Horta & Cie pack offers you the privilege of visiting the interiors of two buildings: the magnificent Art Deco Haerens house, designed by Louis Tenaerts, with its daring facade with large glass windows and a private apartment with its iconic Art Deco rooms. To follow, on the Sunday, are guided tours of the interiors of two of Victor Horta’s masterpieces: the Winssinger house and his former home and workshops, now the Horta Museum, plus one of the many houses designed by Ernest Blérot near the Ixelles ponds.

    Photo: Haerens House © Sophie Voituron

    1. Horta & Cie pack - Time slot 1


    Saturday 10 March 2018

    • 10:00: Haerens House, Avenue Brugmann 384 and Avenue de la Ramée 2, 1180 Brussels
    • 12:00: Private appartement, Rue Wafelaerts 36, 1060 Brussels
    • 15:00: Tenaerts House, Rue de la Seconde Reine 5, 1180 Brussels 

    Sunday 11 March 2018

    • 10:40: Horta Museum, Rue Américaine 25, 1060 Brussels
    • 13:30: Winssinger House, Rue de l'hôtel des Monnaies 66, 1060 Brussels
    • 16:00: Blerot House 46, Rue Belle-Vue 46, 1000 Brussels

    2. Horta & Cie pack - Time slot 2


    Saturday 10 March 2018

    • 11:20: Haerens House, Avenue Brugmann 384 and Avenue de la Ramée 2, 1180 Brussels
    • 14:40: Private appartement, Rue Wafelaerts 36, 1060 Brussels
    • 16:20: Tenaerts House, Rue de la Seconde Reine 5, 1180 Brussels 

    Sunday 11 March 2018

    • 12:00: Horta Museum, Rue Américaine 25, 1060 Brussels
    • 15:30: Winssinger House, Rue de l'hôtel des Monnaies 66, 1060 Brussels
    • 17:20: Blerot House 46, Rue Belle-Vue 46, 1000 Brussels
  • Best of Horta guided tour - 17 & 18 March 2018 - €75 - Full

    The Best of Horta pack includes, on the Saturday, guided tours of the interiors of three of Victor Horta’s masterpieces: the Solvay, Max Hallet and Frison houses. To follow, on the Sunday, are guided tours of stunning Art Deco interior of the Queen Elisabeth Medical Foundation building and the Art Nouveau exterior of Victor Horta’s Brugmann Hospital; the Heysel Exhibition Halls which are symbols of 1930s Belgium; and the Draps house with its carefully preserved original decor.

    Photo: Frison House © explore.brussels

    1. Best of Horta pack - Time slot 1


    Saturday 17 March 2018

    • 11:30:  Heysel Palaces, Place de Belgique 1, 1020 Brussels
    • 14:30:  Queen Elisabeth Medical Foundation, Place Van Gehuchten 4, 1020 Brussels
    • 16:20:  Draps House, Avenue Prudent Bols 47, 1020 Brussels

    Sunday 18 March 2018

    • 11:30: Solvay House, Avenue Louise 224, 1000 Brussels 
    • 14:30: Frison House, Rue Lebeau 37, 1000 Brussels
    • 17:00: Max Hallet House, Avenue Louise 346, 1000 Brussels

    2. Best of Horta pack - Time slot 2


    Saturday 17 March 2018

    • 11:30: Queen Elisabeth Medical Foundation, Place Van Gehuchten 4, 1020 Brussels
    • 15:00: Draps House, Avenue Prudent Bols 47, 1020 Brussels
    • 16:30: Heysel Palaces, Place de Belgique 1, 1020 Brussels

    Sunday 18 March 2018

    • 11:30: Solvay House, Avenue Louise 224, 1000 Brussels
    • 14:30: Frison House, Rue Lebeau 37, 1000 Brussels
    • 17:00: Max Hallet House, Avenue Louise 346, 1000 Brussels
  • Discoveries guided tour - 24 & 25 March 2018 - €45 - Full

    The Discoveries package lets you visit, on the Saturday, the interiors of the Cauchie house with its extraordinary sgraffiti; the Solvay Library with its particularly refined décor and the Wolfers Jewellery Store, recreated to Victor Horta’s original design of 1912. On the Sunday, there are guided tours of the Clockarium, an unusual museum of Art Deco clocks and pottery in a house of the same style; St Suzanne’s church, the first to be built of reinforced concrete in Brussels; and the Aernaut house, with its magnificent black-marble Art Deco bathroom.

    Photo: Solvay Library © Molitor - Edificio

    Discoveries pack 


    Saturday 24 March 2018

    • 11:00: Cauchie House, Rue des Francs 5, 1040 Brussels
    • 12:20: Solvay Library, Parc Léopold, Rue Belliard 137, 1000 Brussels
    • 15:00: Jewelry Wolfers Frères, Musée du Cinquantenaire, Parc du Cinquantenaire 10, 1000 Brussels

    Sunday 25 March 2018

    • 10:20: Clockarium, Boulevard Auguste Reyers 163, 1030 Brussels
    • 12:00: Aernaut House, Boulevard Auguste Reyers 59, 1030 Brussels
    • 16:00: Sainte-Suzanne Church, Avenue Latinis 48, 1030 Brussels