- Museum & discovery
The rows of megaliths in Wéris add a surreal touch to the landscape. Such a sight is so unexpected… and yet, they have been placed there 3,000 years BC.
This incredible alignment of dolmen and menhirs in Wéris, made of slabs of conglomerate stone (nature’s version of concrete) dates back to the Neolithic era. Well anchored in the ground, this 8 km row of standing stones is quite unique in Belgium. They prove so impressive some have been nicknamed: Bayard’s front step, the devil’s bed…
Make sure you stop by the nearby village, Wéris, considered one of the prettiest in Wallonia.
The Maison des Mégalithes, on site, retraces the history of these curious stones as well as how they are thought to have been brought there.
The museum organises tours for groups on the following themes:
· the megalithic site
· legendary standing stones
· the natural “pudding stone” (conglomerate) of Wéris
· the museum
Visitors with specific needs
Please click here to see the list of facilities and activities accessible to visitors with reduced mobility. Wallonia has developed the Access-i program to give travellers a clear understanding of what the infrastructures offer.
Please note, on this site:
- If you are blind or visually impaired: service dogs can of course join you on your visit.
Free access to the megalith site throughout the year.
The Museum open every day (except December 25th and January 1st) between 10 am and 5.30 pm.
Guided tours can be organised on request. Please contact the Maison des Mégalithes for details.
Information on the walk
- Visitor guide for groups
- Access for PRM (autodeclared)