Discover House Delune in Ixelles, an art nouveau mansion with a turbulant history. Named after the architect Léon-Joseph Delune, the villa was built in 1904 at the request of a rich widow. Subsequently it was used as a pavilion for the World Expo of 1910, as an office for the German occupation during WWII, and as a squat. In 1994, the villa was completely restored, including its dome with sgraffiti made by the famous Paul Cauchie.
The city tour starts at 15:00 at the Flagey Ticketshop and finishes at 18:00. In the mood for more? With the nicely priced combi tickets you get to add music to your day with our new year's concert Happy 2020! at Flagey.
Brussels Philharmonic, Flagey and the Muntpunt library share a great passion: showing off Brussels in all its beauty, diversity and creativity to as many people as possible. Discover the capital as you’ve never seen it before, with these unexpected walks through the city! (guides in Dutch & French)