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ReGare, the interpretation centre dedicated to local and regional heritage, unveils everything you need to know about the folk festivals of Fosses-la-Ville!
The Septennale March Saint-Feuillen, the Carnival of Chinels or the Limotche will hold no more secrets for you!
Discover the heritage of Fosses-la-Ville
It is in an old renovated railway station that you'll discover local and regional heritage. Discover Fosses-la-Ville, its villages, hamlets, culture and folklore.
ReGare tells you the legends and historical facts that have marked the history of Fosses-la-Ville: the creation of the city by Saint Feuillen of Ireland, the Chinels, the Collegiate Church Saint-Feuillen, the Gardens of Lake Bambois, La Limotche or the famous Saint-Feuillen septennial walk, are all recognized by UNESCO's intangible heritage.
The starting point for your excursions
ReGare, it is also a starting point of the RAVeL 150a with the Gardens of Lake Bambois located at 3 km. Certified bikes welcome, ReGare not only offers a service and equipment suitable for cyclists, but also rents 4 electric bikes.
- The ReGare Interpretation Centre is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
- The visit lasts approximately 1 hour
- Last entry for the guided tour at 16h.
- The building is accessible to the PRM.
"ReGare" invites you to discover a city with exciting history through photos, videos and collectibles.
Information on the walk
- E-bike hire
- Access for PRM (autodeclared)