- Museum & discovery
The Archéoscope Godefroid de Bouillon takes its visitors on a journey through space and time. Thanks to the experience, you will be able to relive the first crusade.
The convent of the Sépulcrines, home to the archeoscope, belongs to the Order of the Holy Sepulcre, founded by Godfrey of Bouillon in Jerusalem in 1099. The famous crusader's story is brought to life through an outstanding scenography, special effects and modern audio-visual technology.
Closed December 25 and January 01.
Adult: 6.25 €
Child aged 6 to 12 y.o.: 4.95 €
Student and Senior: 5.75 €
Groups (min. 20 persons): adult 5.45 €, children under 12 4.25 €, student and senior, 4.95 €
Combine your visit with the Bouillon Castle ( see here for the different options) or the Ducal Museum's.
- Outdoor catering
- Free catering
- Training materials provided
- Car parking