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Group visits

Tours for groups and schools

You are a member of a group or an association of people who are passionate about Rubens. Then we have the perfect excursion for you.

Visiting the museum with your students

Are you looking for an exciting study trip? The Rubens House introduces your students to a passionate and multitalented man. An artist, architect, family man, collector, diplomat… Rubens was all that and more. The museum offers several walks and study materials that are tailor-made for your students, with or without a guide.

Clara Serena, a superstar's daughter

Interactive guided visit for 11-12 year olds

Meet Clara Serena, the eldest daughter of the famous painter Peter Paul Rubens.

Visiting the museum with your company

Impress your colleagues with an excursion to the house of Pietro Paolo Rubens. You don't have to leave Antwerp either.

Rubens's self-portrait

Rubens's self-portrait is one of the eye-catchers and one of the most popular items in the collection.

Garden and pergola

One of the most beautiful spots in Rubens's house is the garden. The garden is a reconstruction of the garden that Rubens would have envisaged.

Marvels of delight. Master drawings from Jan van Eyck to Hieronymus Bosch

14.06.02 - 18.08.02

The exhibition gave an overview of almost one hundred years of early Netherlandish drawings.

Rubens, Holbein and the Dance of Death: on the acquisition of a sketchbook

08.04.00 - 12.06.00

This exhibition was organised to mark the acquisition of a sketchbook of the young Rubens. He was inspired by a series of prints by the artist Hans Holbein II (1497/98-1543).

Van Dyck. Inspiring landscape drawings

15.05.99 - 22.08.99

The exhibition "Van Dyck. Inspiring landscape drawings" - for the first time - reunited a large number of the landscape drawings and watercolours of Anthony van Dyck.

Support us

Do you like the Rubens House and do you want to ensure that the quality of its activities and operations is assured for the future? You can do this by supporting the Rubens House. You can do this in many ways: as a friend, a volunteer, a donor or a sponsor.