Group tours

Discover Brussels with Arkadia's network of professional guides, historians, art historians and architects! We offer a series of original guided tours for groups, focused on specific themes or with a particular approach.

These tours are available in French, Dutch, German, English, Italian, Spanish, Russian or Hungarian. One guide is provided for each group of 15, 20 or 25 people, depending on the capacity of the place.


MAD Brussels - le centre de la mode et du design - vous propose l’exposition FASHION MOVES qui explore les liens entre la mode et la danse, de la scène au club et met à l’honneur des créateurices émergent·es et accompli·es, nationaux et internationaux à travers 4 thèmes : COSTUMES, CULTURE SPORTWEAR, CLUB CULTURE et #CORE24.

Art Exhibitions

Old porcelain factory Demeuldre-Coché +

This former porcelain factory, built in 1830, used to produce quantities of decorative porcelain and earthenware for the creations of famous architects such as Victor Horta and Paul Saintenoy. The latter's tiles can be found on the façade of the Old England building (now the Museum of Music...

Eclectic architecture Industrial architecture Art nouveau Interiors

Renovating the Solvay mansion : behind the scenes +

The owner of the Solvay hotel has launched the complete renovation of the street façade : window frames, glass, metalwork and supporting beams. On top of the guided tour of the mansion, our guide will explain the surprising details of the renovation.

Art nouveau Interiors
© David Plas

The Hannon house +

The Maison Hannon is one of the masterpieces of art nouveau in Brussels, uniting Belgian art nouveau with French art nouveau in a symbolist and dreamlike universe. Built on the corner of Avenue Brugmann and Avenue de la Jonction in Saint-Gilles, it was commissioned by the Hannon couple whose name it...

Art nouveau Exhibitions
© sophie Voituron (détail)

The Solvay mansion and its technical innovations +

Between 1894 and 1898, Victor Horta built the most prestigious Art nouveau mansion in Brussels for Armand Solvay, son of the famous industrialist Ernest Solvay. A major building by Art nouveau master Victor Horta, it has kept all its original elements : furniture, lights, curtains and works of art. ...

Art nouveau Interiors

The World of Banksy +

Banksy is undoubtedly today’s most famous and controversial street artist. The Banksy Museum resolutely sets out to introduce Banksy and his unusual approach through the creativity he has shown in the streets all over the world. There was no question in the mind of the curating team of simply...

Art Contemporary art Exhibitions Street art
© Arkadia

Aristocratic Brussels, Sablon area and surroundings +

Being a prime art and commercial area, the Sablon area proudly discloses its picturesque lanes, its magnificent church and its prosperous and busy square. Gradually shaped along centuries, from the middle-ages till modern times, this gem is undoubtedly one of the most charming areas of the city...


Art in the metro +

From Parc to Ceria subway stations, we will take you through the various works of art commissioned by the Brussels’s subway agency. These unusual and ingenious works of art bring a unique sense of life to each subway station.

Brussels, city of art Interiors
© Karin Vermeire

Art Nouveau and Art Deco in Ixelles ponds area +

Many luxury townhouses were built by the rich bourgeoisie in the Ixelles' ponds area. The neighbourhood presents a great sample of Brussels architectural variety, featuring Art nouveau and Art Déco styles in particular. Follow our guides while discovering enchanting façades, all being equally...

Architecture Art Deco Art nouveau Heritage
Admirable façades

Art nouveau and Art Déco in the centre of Brussels +

Discover Art nouveau and Art Déco architecture in the centre of Brussels, from the MIM (Museum of music instruments) to Bozar, from Central station to Fondation Frison, there is not time to waste ! 

This guided tour (outdoors only !) will show you the numerous aspects of Brussels' architecture from...

Art nouveau Heritage