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Pierre-Joseph Redouté Museum


rue Redouté, 11
6870 Saint-Hubert

tel.: +32 (0)61 61 14 67 (Jules Bourgeois), 
info@musee-pierre-joseph-redoute.be
www.musee-pierre-joseph-redoute.be

Pierre-Joseph Redouté was born in Saint-Hubert in 1759. He was to become famous for his watercolours of roses and other plants.
He gave lessons to the most famous people in Paris, including Queen Marie-Antoinette, Empress Josephine and Princess Louise-Marie of Orléans (who married King Leopold I of the Belgian. His brother Henri-Joseph Redouté accompanied Napoleon's army on the Egyptian campaignin 1798 as one of the 150-man scientific team that wrote and illustrated the "Description of Egypt". The Museum perpetuates the memory of these painters by organising exhibitions of their work.

Opening hours 2017:

  • Open daily from July 1 to August 31, from 1.00 PM to 5.00 PM
  • Open on request for guided tour for groups (FR) from September 1 tot June 30

Rates 2017:

  • Adults: 2.50 €
  • Children - 14 years old: free entrance
  • Young people from 14 to 21 years old: 1.25 €
  • Group adults (min. 10 pers.): 2.50 € / pers.
  • Groups children (min. 10 pers.): 1 € / pers.
  • Guided tour for adults (FR): 25 € / guide + 2.50 € / pers.