Nothing to dislike. Take the audio guide and really enjoy the information, picture, house and garden.
The Rubens House Trust tries to let the visitor to imagine hou Rubens has been living in is City house. It is alike the master is temporary absent and can come back every moment. It is as of the Rubens House is still occupied by this giant in the history of painting. Go visit this shrine and imagine yourself a... More
I had expected a lot of this so maybe my expectations were too high. Rubenshuis is not a view into how Rubens lived, nor a collection of his paintings, it is more of an exploration of who influenced Rubens works and who he in turn influenced. It almost seems to circle his work and life rather than look directly at... More
Not much interesting .. boring after some time.. the couryard looks beautiful ... suggest to avoide if you are not an art lover and not a ruben fan
So glad had researched this. All parts were interesting and well presented. The staff were helpful and spoke very good English. The family rooms were well furnished reflecting the time. It also gave you a chance to see the links between some of the painters of the time e.g. Van Dyck was an apprentice of Rubens. The gardens were a... More
This beautiful house/museum helps to put Rubens, one of the most gifted artists who ever lived, into the context of his very fascinating life.
When I arrived in Antwerp, I began asking the locals to tell me the must-see places to visit here. Everyone recommended the Rubens House. I'm glad I took the time to see this. I love art, but even more so, I love good architecture and attention to detail. While others photographed the paintings, I photographed the doors, windows, staircases, etc.... More
As if you were sent back to the golden age with a time machine. Especially the last part is absolutely stunning if you like Rubens art.
Lovely old residence of which there are no more left in Antwerp. It is in the middle of the centre, and convenient for tourists.
I know a little about art, but not a lot. The thing which I would say which was good about here is that, we landed here on the last Wednesday of the month, and on such Wednesdays all museums are free to enter. This is classed as a museum and ergo, was free. However, I just don't see the point... More
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