Last updated on 03 October 08

Museum and Gardens Van Buuren

  4.0/5 (1 ratings)
  • Van Buuren Museum Photograph © arts-loi
  • Jardin Coeur, Van Buuren Museum Photograph © Museum and Gardens van Buuren
  • Van Buuren Museum, Winter Photograph © Museum and Gardens van Buuren
  • Labyrinthe, Van Buuren Museum Photograph © Museum and Gardens van Buuren

Gardenvisit Editorial

The estate was designed as a private house and became a museum after the owners' death. There are elements of the Art Deco style about the house and the garden. The original Picturesque Garden was designed by Jules Buyssens. René Pechère designed the Labyrinth in 1968, with seven green rooms of greenery inspired by the Song of Salomon, and the Garden of the Heart in 1969.
Address - The David and Alice van Buuren Museum, Avenue Leo Errera 41, 1180 Uccle, Brussels, Belgium
Opening times - Daily except Tuesday. Open 2pm to 5:30pm.
Website - Visit the Museum and Gardens Van Buuren website

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  • almost 6 years ago Jennifer Holme said

    The garden and the house are worth a visit when you are in Brussels. The house is a wonderful example of the Art Deco style with a wonderful rose garden. It is as if the owners have just stepped away. The garden is fun and the maze is a wonderful diversion for children. From time to time, there are art exhibits in the garden.

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