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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
Information on the walk
- Outdoor catering
- Educational service
- Visitor guide for groups
- Car parking
- Cycle rack