Quaker House… a 19th century architectural showcase


15/09/2018 - 15/09/2018

Quaker House… a 19th century architectural showcase

The Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA) is a European non-governmental organisation. It was founded in Brussels in 1979, to defend Quaker religious values such as peace, non-violence, human rights and a sustainable way of life at all levels, within Europe and through European institutions.
Since 1985, its Brussels-based centre for communications, meetings and research has been housed in a handsome mansion, built in 1899 in the Squares district by Belgian architect Georges Hobé.
During these tours, you will not only explore the house, which has recently been restored, but also learn about Quaker philosophy.

A partnership between Klare Lijn and the Quaker Council for European Affairs.

Practical information

    • Quaker House
    • Square Ambiorix/Ambiorixsquare 50
    • 1000 Brussels
    • Sat. only from 10h00 to 17h00 (guided tours in groups of 20 people at 10h30, 11h30, 12h30, 13h30, 14h30, 15h30 and 16h30 (French) and at 10h00, 11h00, 12h00, 13h00, 14h00, 15h00 and 16h00 (Dutch))
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      Chasseurs Ardennais/Ardense Jagers
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