The Préhistomuseum in Ramioul

  • Museum & discovery
  • Grottoes and caves

Come and discover the new Préhistomuseum in Ramioul, one of the biggest museums dedicated to prehistoric times in Europe.


The Préhistomuseum is a brand-new museum stretching over 30 hectares in the forest of the Ramioul Grotto. There you will discover collections from the most prestigious prehistoric sites in Wallonia. The museum also features exhibitions covering three themes: prehistory, archaeology and society.

More than just a museum

  • 10 km of forest walks
  • The Ramioul Grotto's archaeological site
  • An experimental archaeology lab set in nature
  • A conservation, research and documentation centre open to the public
  • The temporary exhibitions centre and its international program
  • The lounge with its gourmet, prehistory-inspired menu to be enjoyed by the big open fire.


From 02 January to 24 December 2017.

Winter (October 29 up to March 30th): every day from 10 am to 5 pm

Summer (March 26th to October 28th): every day from 10 am to 6 pm

Annual closure: December 24th to January 01st.


9 to 22 Euros depending on the length of the visit (the longer you stay, the better the deal). Tribes (more than 4 persons): 3€ reduction per person, except for the first hour.



  • Guide available/groups
  • FR
  • NL


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.