Brussels Museums and urban.brussels, in collaboration with visit.brussels, has launched a New Art Nouveau Pass. The city of Brussels was the global capital of Art Nouveau at the end of the 19th century and boasts a remarkable heritage from that period. Every year, scores of visitors flock to the capital to marvel at its architectural gems.
To make it easier for visitors to explore this extraordinary heritage, non-profit Brussels Museums and urban.brussels, in collaboration with visit.brussels, the new Art Nouveau Pass is now available. The pass will allow visitors to discover no less than 3 sites from a choice of 7 masterpieces of the movement in Brussels.
The pass will open the doors to emblematic Art Nouveau sites: Autrique House, Cauchie House, the Horta Museum, Solvay House, the MIM – Musical Instruments Museum, the Belgian Comic Strip Center and the Wolfers Jewellery Store recreated at the Art & History Museum.
The initiative was born of the desire to strengthen the capital’s offer and facilitate access for Brussels’ inhabitants, Belgians and international tourists alike. The Art Nouveau Pass is a simple and accessible discovery offer that will be expanded over time, with the addition of new locations.
An overview of the Art Nouveau Pass
There will be two types of pass, each allowing people the chance to visit 3 Art Nouveau masterpieces over a period of 6 months from the purchase date.
- The first option is available at the preferential rate of €19. It allows visitors to choose from 6 venues, with the exception of Solvay House.
- The second option, costing €29, includes entry to Solvay House and 2 of the 6 other exceptional sites.
In addition, pass holders will receive a discount on a guided Art Nouveau tour of their choice from either ARAU, Atelier de Recherche et d’Action Urbaines or Bruxelles Bavard. It’s a wonderful opportunity to discover all the secrets and treasures of the Art Nouveau architectural movement in Brussels.
The Art Nouveau Pass is available for purchase online.