- Industrial heritage
Liège's Public Transport Museum invites you to (re)discover the vehicles of the past. A real journey through time!
Set in a former tramway depot, around 40 vehicles, such as horse-drawn carriages, trams and trolley buses, all retrace the history of transport from the 18th century to the present day.
You will be astonished by the variety of the collections on display, from horse-drawn carriages to electric tramways and buses, all used between 1875 to now. There also is a rich collection of historical objects, uniforms, scale models and iconographic documents to see.
The museum, driven by a dynamic spirit, also organises transport-themed exhibitions, guided tours and activities, as well as tours in vintage buses. Various spaces of the museum can be privatised and vehicles rented for your events.
Visitors can enjoy exploring the museum with an audio-guide, available in 3 different levels of knowledge and 4 languages (French, Dutch, German and English) or with a fun booklet.
Group visits - by reservation only.
The museum also offers the option to organise an educational activity: perfect to tell primary school children about sustainable mobility or celebrate a child's birthday with games and entertainment at the museum.
Entry to the museum is free on the first Sunday of the month.
Visitors with specific needs
- Outdoor catering
- Educational service
- Training materials provided
- Car parking
- Cycle rack