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- Architectural heritage
Located within easy reach of Durbuy, the castle and museum of Logne are sure to delight the family. What a wonderful opportunity to discover the Palogne Estate!
The castle and its medieval museum offer 3 attractions.
- A family treasure hunt to add a twist to your visit
- Life in the Middle Ages
- The eagles of Logne with flying demonstrations
Learn the secrets of the castle
On the steep slopes of the rocky hill overlooking the Ourthe, awaits the castle. During the visit (guided or solo with an audio guide), you will discover how it adapted its structure to heavy artillery, who were the last lords to live there, learn of the Ardenne boars, the mysterious subterranean passage and search for the Golden Goat and its treasure.
The treasure hunt
This family game takes place every (open) day within the castle. There are 5 mysteries to solve to find the treasure of the Golden Goat...
The daily life of the lords and ladies
Nestled in an XVIth century farm, the museum brings the Middle Ages to life with its collection of artefacts found on the site and its movie retracing the archaeological excavations.
The birds of prey demonstration
The Eagles of Logne show feature superb birds of prey. Owls, buzzards, falcons, vultures, eagles... There are more than 30 species living there.
Visitors with specific needs
The castle of Logne 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.
- Credit cards accepted
- Car parking