‘Discovering Victor Horta and today's architecture’

31 Jan. →
30 June'22

A voyage of discovery in a Palace? Your class will love it! The "Palace" or Centre for Fine Arts designed by the architect Victor Horta lies just next to the Royal Palace and has some wonderful stories to tell.

Our guide allows the children to explore and experiment as they wander the labyrinth of passages and halls, secret spaces and hidden corners full of art and history. They become an architect, restorer, floor specialist, or lighting or acoustics expert.

As this year the Centre celebrates its 100th birthday, the guide will have countless tales to tell, some modern and some as old as the building itself. Pupils will have the chance to draw and reflect, but also to experience the materials and rooms with all their senses!

Practical information

Language

  • French Dutch English

2nd and 3rd grade primary education

Duration: 1h30

Price: €70 per guide (max. 15 pupils per guide).

Reservation: via the registration form

Info: visit our Education page and the FAQ or contact us via groups@bozar.be.