A magnificent example of pure Art Nouveau. The house, designed for himself by the Belgian architect Horta, is purely built and furnished in style. The overall effect is breathtaking.
I am not a fan of Art Nouveau but was overwhelmed by the effect of the house. The staircase is stunning.
The entrance fee is a modest €7 and the house or run by volunteers. It is very small and everyone has to leave all coats, handbags etc to avoid damage. We had no trouble getting straight in on a Saturday afternoon in Feb but be warned, previous reviewers have had to queue outside.
Loos are in the basement. We walked to the museum and didn't find it that easily - we didn't see any directional street signs which were plentiful elsewhere in the City.
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