A first glimpse of the farmstead

Visiting Felix on Sunday

On a bike ride from one to another

Free spirits: Felix and Folon


Abstract art, a bird's-eye view


Guided tour

Art – Nature – War

Educational offer

Schools - groups - families - holiday camps

‘Looking at art, the art of looking’, that’s our philosophy. From the experience and amazement we try to teach the skills for understanding modern and contemporary visual art. A visit to a museum should be both instructive and enjoyable, for children, families and classes.



Aspects, Reflections and Talents

The FeliXart Museum has three exhibition platforms around the oeuvre of Felix De Boeck: Aspects, Reflections and Talents.


Art and Nature

The garden of Felix, a green oasis of 5 ha, with a wealth of biodiversity. Come for a nature walk, in the herb garden, the orchard and the swamp. At the museum, you can get an ‘activity disk’, which allows families with children to discover the nature reserve.

In de pers: Abstracte kunst in vogelvlucht: Abstract, maar met gevoel (Nieuwsblad)

Upcoming events

All activities

kids from 7 to 12 years old

Summer camp 'Art and Nature' 2-6 August 2021: a few places left

kids from 7 to 12 years old

Summer camp 'Art and Nature' 5-9 July 2021: FULL

About FeliXart

In a place where you wouldn’t expect it, in the centre of the small urbanised municipality of Drogenbos, the FeliXart museum is situated in an oasis of 5 hectares of green, the domain that once belonged to Felix De Boeck (1895-1995), one of the pioneers of Belgian abstract art. The museum opened in 1996 and focuses on historical and contemporary avant-garde art. Thanks to exhibitions, projects and publications of national and international standing, the museum has in recent years occupied an important place within the expertise on avant-garde, Interbellum and abstract art.