• Attractions
  • Museum or Interpretation Centre
  • Religious heritage

The Malmundarium, a former Benedictine monastery, is a space dedicated to memory, art, history and culture in the Cantons de l'Est region.

Visitors are sure to enjoy the beauty of the building recently renovated as well as the route through the museum, playful and interactive.

A journey through the history of Malmedy

The 3,000 m2 site, stretched over 2 floors, will immerse you in 14 centuries of the region’s history. Visitors can explore:

  • the information and documentation centre
  • the "Mon'Art" gallery
  • the cloister and its courtyard,
  • the leather workshop,
  • the carnival workshop, the paper workshop (demonstration on request),
  • the Treasure of the cathedral
  • the historium

Prestigious exhibitions are regularly organised as well as activities for groups and school. 


COVID : We do our best to keep you informed. It's best, however, to check the latest news with the attraction you are visiting, or operator you have booked an activity with. The Covid Safe Certificate is mandatory, as is wearing masks for anyone over the age of 6. Planning to go for a walk in the Haute Fagnes, enjoy the magic of Christmas, maybe find a place for a well deserved break? Read our travel advice.
This information is given for indication purposes only, best to check with the site you hope to visit before heading there - by phone, email, social media or simply by visiting their website.

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50% reduction
on the price of an individual ticket
Validity date: from 01-01-2022 au 31-12-2022
  • Offer valid throughout 2022
  • 3€ instead of 6€ per adult, 2.5€ instead of 5€ per senior/student, 1.5€ instead of 3€ per 6-12 y.o. child
  • Valid for 4 persons max per voucher.
  • Cannot be combined with any other ongoing promotion or offer
  • This voucher must be printed and given to the ticket office on arrival


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