You’re an Art Deco & Art Nouveau lover and you can’t wait to get your tickts for the Banad festival? Then we've got some very good news for you! Especially for the early birds, we are selling different packages of two-day guided tours. Don't hesitate too long, because these exclusive packages are selling out fast!
Origings Discovery Pack (march 14 & 15) - €50
The ”Origins” Discovery Pack gives you the opportunity to tour three exceptionally well-preserved Art Nouveau mansions in Brussels: Victor Horta’s Tassel house, the “manifesto building” for the Art Nouveau style, the Ciamberlani house by Paul Hankar and finally the Hannon house by Jules Brunfaut. You can also explore three Art Deco buildings: the luxurious Villa Empain by Michel Polak, the INR Flagey and the Palais de la Folle Chanson, an apartment building which combines luxury with modern conveniences, rivalling the best of the grand hotels of the period.
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Origins EN (€50)
Saturday, 11:30 – Meeting at the Hannon House, Avenue de la Jonction 2, 1060 Brussels
Sunday, 12:30 – Meeting at Villa Empain, Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 67, 1050 Brussels
Prestige Discovery Pack (march 21 & 22) - €75
The “Prestige” Discovery Pack allows you to visit, three masterpieces of Brussels Art Nouveau architecture: the Solvay and Max Hallet houses by Victor Horta and the Otlet house by Octave Van Rysselberghe. Saturday is devoted to Art Deco and begins with a tour of the Palais des Beaux-Arts, the jewel in the crown of Victor Horta’s Art Deco period, plus two gems in northern Brussels: the charming Draps house and the Basilica church of the Sacred Heart at Koekelberg, the fifth-largest Roman Catholic church in the world.
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Prestige EN (€75)
Saturday, 11:00 – meeting at the Basilica church of Koekelberg
Sunday, 10:00 – meeting at the Solvay house, Avenue Louise 224, 1000, Brussels
Mix Discovery Pack (march 28 & 29) - €50
The “Mix” Discovery Pack includes guided tours of a mix of extraordinary Art Nouveau and Art Deco buildings. On Saturday, marvel at the meticulous reconstruction of the Wolfers jewellery store. Then on to the Quakers’ meeting house in the sumptuous surroundings of the Squares district. Finally, the British International School of Brussels, which occupies an Art Deco mansion. On Sunday, explore the hidden architectural gems of the Diamant district: the superb Art Nouveau School No. 13 and Herrero house, then the Clockarium, a collection of clocks housed in an Art Deco building.
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Mix EN (€50)
Saturday, 11:00 – Meeting at the Quaker House, Square Ambiorix 50, 1000, Brussels
Sunday, 11:00 – Meeting at School n°13, avenue de Roodebeek 103, 1030, Brussels