- Architectural heritage
Listed by UNESCO for its remarkable VIIth century architecture, the belfry of Thuin guarantees a stunning panorama of the region. Visitors get the opportunity to watch a movie retracing its story.
Follow the guide to discover its carillon, composed of 25 bells as well as its two main bells, lovingly called Maria and Paula. Once you reach the top of the tower, 40 metres high, you will find 4 turrets, each offering a different view over the valleys of the Sambre and Biesmelle. Mesmerising to say the least...
Follow the guide
The movie screened in the belfry presents the renovation of the building. Additional panels, in Dutch, English and French, will tell you more about this incredible UNESCO bulding and the artisans who made it a masterpiece.
Visitors with specific needs
This attraction offers equipment or facilities for visitors with specific needs:
- Guided tours adapted for the partially blinds
This structure is not Access-i certified: please contact the site directly for more information on how accessible it is for specific needs.
Wallonia offers a large range of Access-i sites and activities.
- March 31 to September 30: every day from 10 am to noon and 1 to 6 pm.
- October 1 to March 31: Tuesdays to Fridays (every day during school holidays) from 10 to noon and 1 to 5 pm.
Last entry an hour before closing time.
Closed January 1, November 11 and December 25.
Information on the walk
- Access for PRM (autodeclared)
- Car parking