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The Rubens House > Museum
About the museum
"His home will awaken the astonishment of strangers, the admiration of travellers." This is what the town clerk of Antwerp wrote of the house of Rubens in 1620.
You step inside the Rubens House as Rubens wanted to: through the main porchway, which gives on to the elegant inner courtyard.
We no longer know what Rubens’ garden looked like exactly. What you see today is a reliable reconstruction.
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