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Rubens House (Rubenshuis)

Wapper 9-11, Antwerp 2000, Belgium
+32 3 201 15 55
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  • Average8%
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Wapper 9-11, Antwerp 2000, Belgium
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We expected to see more of Ruben's work here. The house itself is interesting to explore. Lots of period furnishings with mostly good signage. As a oldish house, it's worth seeing, but it wasn't worth the price.

Thank BartMBart
Reviewed 1 week ago

I expected a tourist trap but found it a fascinating collection of old masters with superb notes in a printed booklet. Great gardens with monumental loggia and entrance arch. Stunning.

Thank ShadowTours
Reviewed 1 week ago

Located a few blocks from the main square, a pleasant walk. Tickets purchased onsite. Self tour of the home which is bigger than initial impression. Appreciation of the period but also valuable artwork by Reuben and VanEck displayed with explanations. Beautiful garden and courtyard. Many...More

Thank ce w
Reviewed 1 week ago

Nice small museum with a garden behind. Some very famous pictures from Rubens and the like. Observe opening hours. Tickets can be obtained opposite the house.

Thank Flowersun01
Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to Ruben's House only to find it closed. That was unfortunate due to the fact we were only in Antwerp for one. We did manage to see Ruben's paintings at the Cathedral of Our Lady.

Thank Chips1951
Reviewed 1 week ago

I went there with my daughters (11 and 3), the ticket was 8 euros, both girls were free which was great. It is a short walk from a central train station, about 15 minutes, not too far at all. We all were impressed by the...More

Thank olasweetmol
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well laid out displays of Rubens and his associates. It was interesting to learn the details of the house and its restoration. Although the rooms were small, there was never a sense of being crowded or being pressured to "move along."

Thank Jasmine55101
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wished our schedule had allowed more time in this wonderful historical house. Fascinating and well worth take time in your trip to see it properly. Truly wonderful art and wall dressed with Spanish leather

Thank K-London2013
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

No starving artist here. The size of the home, gardens was astounding, along with all the paintings of his and his contemporaries. I specifically stopped in Antwerp for this experience.

Thank Caroline72747
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This an original house where Rubens lived and died. Interesting furniture and artifacts from that era.

Thank Mark D
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goldmudder
I would like to know if the renovations are completed at Rubens House, and if not, do you know the date when they will be complete? I visited there one year ago and was disappointed that about half of the house was closed for renovation.. Thank you.
10 December 2015|
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Response from Luciana D | Reviewed this property |
Hello! As far as I remember, the whole house was accessible (in april of 2016). A bit of advise here: it is expensive and a very crowd attraction. If you want to see the actual paintings, better go to some art museum. If... More
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Basia18
Greetings -- Do you have to pay separately for both the museum itself and the Rubens in Private exhibition? Thanks.
15 May 2015|
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Response from zephrAntwerp | Reviewed this property |
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