Liège's Archaeoforum is an exceptional archaeological site located in the city centre, right under the Place Saint-Lambert.
You could describe it, really, as the "historic heart" of the City Ardenteas it features hints of its past over centuries.
The Archeoforum gives you the opportunity to admire remains discovered during various excavations under the square, from 1907 to the present day.
This unusual journey retraces the history of the City in a modern and didactic way. Among the many interesting sights are prehistoric objects, a Gallo-Roman villa, vestiges from the Saint-Lambert cathedral, and an immense Gothic building demolished by the Liégeois at the end of the Ancien Régime.
The Archéoforum can provide Ipad tablets, should you wish to enjoy an interactive tour (30 mn to 2 hours, depending on the level of detail you are interested in). Delve into the depths of Liege's history!
Visitors with specific needs
Liège's Archeoforum is one of the many sites certified by Access-i (meaning with facilities or/activities adapted to travellers with specific needs). You will find more details on the website to plan your visit.
During school time: Tuesdays to Fridays (9 am to 5 pm), Saturdays (10 am to 5 pm)
During school holidays: Tuesdays to Saturdays (10 am to 5 pm)
Closed Sundays, Mondays and public holidays: 01/01 - 01/05 - 21/07 - 15/08 - 27/09 - 02/11 - 11/11 - 25/12 and Ascension Day.
- Free catering
- Educational service
- Air conditioning
- Training materials on request
- Training materials provided