The Citadel of Namur and the Terra Nova Visitor Centre

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  • The Terra Nova Visitor Centre in Namur presents 2000 years of European urban and military history
  • The Terra Nova Visitor Centre in Namur presents 2000 years of European urban and military history
  • The Terra Nova Visitor Centre in Namur presents 2000 years of European urban and military history
  • The Terra Nova Visitor Centre in Namur presents 2000 years of European urban and military history
  • Dwelling/citadel
  • Architectural heritage

Discover the brand-new Visitor Centre in Terra Nova, a perfect stop to prepare your visit of the citadel and learn more about Namur.

The Citadel of Namur opens onto 80 hectares of green spaces. Located within easy reach of the town centre, it promises gorgeous view points over the city and the Meuse valley.
Its 7 km of underground tunnels make it one of the biggest fortresses in Europe. Don't miss this incredible historical site when visiting Belgium!

The Terra Nova Visitor Centre

Based in former barracks of Terra Nova, the Visitor Centre retraces 2000 years of European urban and military evolution through the history of Namur and its citadel. This brings interesting opportunities to reflect on our world and society - past, present and future. You are more than welcome to discover the museum on your own or join one of the guided tours.

The Citadel Pass: 1 ticket covering 3 visits

A wonderful way to enjoy fully your visit.

The advantage: 3 visits for the price of just one pass, 11€ per adult.

This includes:

  • A sightseeing tour on the touristic train, fully commented.
  • A guided tour of the underground tunnels

 

  • Access to the Terra Nova visitor centre

Guided tours available in English, Dutch and French.

Free for children under 6.

Practical information

Groups welcome everyday but advance booking is required.

PRM

The Terra Nova site is fully accessible by people with reduced mobility.

Shuttle

A special shuttle can take you from the centre of Namur to the citadel. You will find stops at the station and Place de l'Ange (for the latter, every day but Saturdays). The ticket costs return ticket 2€ per person. Please note there is no commentary included in the journey.

More information here.

 

 


 

Schedule

From 01 January to 31 December 2018.

Visit of the underground corridors

Until March 30th, 2018:

  • Closed Mondays
  • Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays: groups only
  • Wednesdays, weekends, public holidays and school holidays: tours in French at 11 am and 3 pm, tours in Dutch at 1 pm

April 1st to September 30th: open everyday

Annual closure December 24th to January 1st included

 

Price

Individual

€ 11
€ 8
Visit of the underground corridors: free for children under 6, 8€/adult. Groups (15 pers. min): 7€/adult

Facilities

Services

  • Outdoor catering
  • Visitor guide for groups

Activites

  • Horse riding

Equipement

  • Internet access
  • Cafe
  • Shop
  • Training materials provided
  • Parking
  • Car parking

Visites

FR - EN - NL

Additional information

Parking busYes
Secure ParkingYes
The information provided is an indication only. We advise you to inquire directly with the organisers of the event that interests you before you leave.