The Saint-Hubert Library

With its great woodwork and apothecary bookcases – in what used to be the pharmacy where Juliette Drouet was said to get her medication – the Saint-Hubert library opened in 1946. Known at the time for being a popular meeting place for intellectuals, the bookshop offered the latest innovations from Paris and exhibited trendy artists. Bought fifteen years ago by Jean-Noël Flammarion, the Saint-Hubert library, managed today by Daniel Pennewaert, offers a wide selection of art books, guides and photographs.

Galerie du Roi, 2.
Tel. + 32 2 511 24 12