The museum is temporarily closed

Major upgrading work (stability, electricity, security, painting, etc.) is currently underway. The reopening is scheduled for summer 2021. We will be happy to welcome you in a renovated setting.

Our new website is under construction

Like the museum, our website is getting a new look. This renovation takes time. You will gradually find all the old content in a more attractive presentation. Thank you for your patience.

Our museum is gradually evolving...

... towards a broader presentation of the 18th and 19th centuries in Saint-Hubert, in a more contemporary scenography. The first changes will be visible upon reopening. Come and rediscover us!


The Pierre-Joseph Redouté Museum (1759-1840), a nonprofit organization founded in Saint-Hubert on June 7, 1984, aims to promote the knowledge and fame of the painter-botanist, born in Saint-Hubert on July 10, 1759, of his family and of artists of his time who have enriched the cultural heritage of the city of Saint-Hubert, the Ardennes and Luxembourg, as well as to preserve their works, their spirit and their memories.

In 1987, the city put at its disposal a building located in the rue Redouté, facing the site of the birthplace of the artist that was destroyed during a bombing at the end of the Second World War.

That building now houses the Pierre-Joseph Redouté Museum, which displays original works of the "Raphael of flowers", personal belongings of the artist, as well as some engravings by his younger brother, Henri-Joseph.

The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions.