This three-hour coach tour explores two of the major styles in the history of architecture in Brussels: Art Nouveau, which originated in the buildings of Victor Horta in the closing years of the nineteenth century, and Art Deco, which became the predominant style of the inter-war years 1918-39. The tour includes interior visits to the entrance hall of the former Wauquez wholesale drapery store by Victor Horta (now the Belgian Strip Cartoon Centre) and a visit to the interior of the Van Buuren Museum, an Art Deco masterpiece by Goevarts & Van Varenbergh.