Pierre-Joseph Redouté museum

  • Musée Pierre-Joseph Redouté

The Museum cultivates the memory of Pierre-Joseph Redouté, known worldwide for its paintings of roses. The site was built in front of where the artist's house, destroyed during WW2, once stood.

The painter was born in 1759 in Saint-Hubert.

What to see in the museum?

  • Numerous original works, prints and objects are on display
  • Engravings by Henri-Joseph Redouté, brother of the artist and zoologist painter).

You will find other tributes to Redouté in Saint-Hubert:

  • La Fontaine Redouté (Place du Marché)
  • The rose garden (Avenue of the Ardennes Hunters) gathering 50 different varieties.


All year round

Every day, 1-5 pm
Guided tours for groups of 10 min, booking essential.

The rest of the year:
Guided tours for groups of 10 min, booking essential.



Individuals: 2.5€ / adult and Senior, 1.25€ / child aged 14 to 21, Free for children under 14. Groups: 2.5€ / adult, 1€ / child Guided tours (adults): 25€/guide = 2.5€/person



  • Library or document centre
  • Visitor guide for groups


    Pets allowed


    The information provided is an indication only. We advise you to inquire directly with the organisers of the event that interests you before you leave.