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Travel 5,000 years in time at the Archéosite and the Musée d'Aubechies

since May 18, some tourist attractions have reopened to the public.

Please check the opening times, booking tips and recommendations with them (either via their website or by contacting them directly) before visiting. Remember to check the border and quarantine regulations before travelling.
Click here to see the list of attractions now reopened.

The Archeosite and Museum of Aubechies, dedicated to the era separating Pre-history from Roman times, is the largest archaeological open-air museum in Belgium.

Exploring the site

Nature and history (particularly pre-history) lovers are sure to find the site enchanting. Look out for:

  • the habitations presenting the daily life in the Neolithic, Bronze and Iron ages
  • archaeological reconstructions based on excavation finds
  • a journey through the Gallo Roman era through a temple, a necropolis, a villa and a shallop
  • Musical and craft events on Sundays (from Mid-April to mid-October

A museum presenting Celtic and Gallo-Roman beliefs

This space, dedicated to the archaeological excavation done in the the region, features no less than 550 objects.

Events for all

  • Racing the Gods in April
  • Children's carnival
  • Beltain bonfire on the Summer Solstice
  • Archaeological weekends

 

 

Price

Individual

€ 9.5
€ 3.5
Guided tour in French on Sundays and public holidays, from Mid-April to Mid-October (every day in July and August). Duration: guided tour 1h (+ a 20 mn introductory movie), solo visit 2h.

Information on the walk

Duration

Minimum duration1:00
Maximum duration2:00

Facilities

Services

  • Outdoor catering
  • Educational service
  • Visitor guide for groups

Equipement

  • Daylight
  • Shop
  • Car parking
  • Cycle rack
  • Parking
  • Playground

Animals

    Pets allowed

    Visites

    FR
    German - EN - 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.