Rubenshuis Antwerpen is where Rubens lived most of his life and it's now the official Antwerp Rubens House Museum.
You will see how top class people used to live in the 17th century. You can also admire the office of the master himself as well as the atelier where the actual work was performed.
Rubens designed the house in Baroque style. The house has been purchased by the city of Antwerp in 1930. After renovation the Rubenshuis Antwerpen / Antwerp-Rubens House was brought back to its original state and opened as a museum.
Open: every day (except Mondays), from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed: on certain public holidays: 1st & 2nd January, Ascension Day, 1st & 2nd November, 25th & 26th December.
Neighborhood: Old city
+32 (0)3-201 15 55
Getting there: Tram 2, 3, 5 and 15 (Meir)
Admission fees: Euro 6 <br>
- 26 year olds & groups (min. 15 participants): Euro 4
- 19 year olds / + 65 year olds: Free
For temporary exhibitions other entrance fees are valid.
Included in your ticket: audio guide permanent collection: for free available in Dutch, French, English, Spanish and German or gallery guide available in Dutch and English.
Your ticket gives free access to the Museum Mayer van den Bergh.
Free access on each last Wednesday of every month.
Return from Rubenshuis Atnwerpen to Antwerpens Districts