Coming to Maison Hannon
Monday to Friday, 11am to 6pm.
Saturday and Sunday, from 10am to 6pm.
Closed on public holidays.
Avenue de la Jonction, 01
By tram: Tram 92 – (stop: Ma Campagne or Darwin) or Tram 4 (stop: Albert)
By bus: Bus 54 (stop: Ma Campagne)
The interior of the house has stairs, which unfortunately makes Maison Hannon unsuitable for people with limited mobility. We advise you to contact the museum if you wish to visit via email@example.com.
Visit Maison Hannon
Visiting Maison Hannon? That means discovering the personal home of Marie Debard and Édouard Hannon. Together with their friend, the architect Jules Brunfaut, they created an Art nouveau masterpiece. The interior was designed as an enclosed, dreamy and symbolic universe.
Visiting Maison Hannon also means discovering the "Belgian Art Nouveau" exhibition on the first floor, which presents art nouveau in all its diversity, through a large variety of pieces from some of the most prominent Belgian collections.
Visiting Maison Hannon also means becoming a benefactor. Each visitor, by purchasing a ticket, contributes 2 € to the continuation of the restoration of the house.
Booking and purchasing your ticket online
Discover the general conditions of the Maison Hannon
To ensure a pleasant and safe visit, the Maison Hannon has a limited capacity (30 p.). Online booking is therefore highly recommended but spontaneous visits are of course possible.
|On site place||Via the online ticketing|
|Full price||12 €||14 €|
|12-26 years old||4 €||6 €|
|less than 12 years old||Free||2 €|
|Press||5 €||7 €|
|Article 27||1.25 €||1.25 €|
The Maison Hannon participates in the Art Nouveau pass.
Explore Maison Hannon, a masterpiece of the Art Nouveau era, with guided tours. To prepare and book your visit, follow the link: