This famous Walloon abbey beer was first brewed in 1240. The museum, in a former convent, charts Leffe's remarkable history and offers tastings of its nine modern varieties.
The Maison Leffe invites you to join them for:
- A Leffe beer museum in a former convent
- Captivating stories about this abbey beer made for centuries
- Interactive experiences, touch screens and tastings
Travelling through 8 centuries of brewing
Come and discover the history of the Leffe brewery, from its creation to present days and if the story of the 8 beers brewed here. They have 8 centuries to share with you. The Maison Leffe has found its home in the chapel of the former convent of Bethléem, now a hotel called "La Merveilleuse" - just a few kilometres from its original site, the Notre-Dame de Leffe abbey.
Skills turned towards the future
The Maison Leffe will awaken your senses with interactive experiences, touch screens and of course, tastings. Don't forget there are 9 kinds of Leffe beers to try!
This visit, at the heart of Dinant, also offers stunning views over the Meuse valley.
It's all about health
The Leffe was born in 1240. The monks of the abbey started brewing it for 2 reasons: they feared water carried illness and facilitated deadly epidemics and hospitality dictated to welcome pilgrims and travellers warmly.
Opening times of the Leffe Museum
During the high season, from the Easter holidays to autumn holidays, during the Christmas holidays and spring holidays: Tuesdays to Sundays from 11 am to 7 pm
During the low season, after the Christmas holidays to the Easter ones: Fridays to Sundays, 11 am to 7 pm.
Come and immerse yourself in the history of the Maison Leffe.