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Forget dusty, boring museums. There are many to discover in Wallonia, each with its own universe, its own atmosphere. Some are vibrant, others quirky or immersive. All are incredibly welcoming, aiming at making learning fun. Exploring them is a pure delight, whether you are coming on your own, with family or friends.

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  • Spitfire Memorial Museum
    Florennes

    Spitfire Memorial Museum

    Located in the aerodrome buildings, the museum displays a 1944 MK XIV Spitfire as well as various aircraft that have figured prominently in the Belgian Air force. The museum also covers the history of the aerodrome and the squadrons that were based there.
  • Eben-Emael fort
    Eben-Emael

    Eben-Emael fort

    Back in 1940, the main obstacle facing the northern prong of the German attack on Belgium was the city of Liège, protected by a newly upgraded ring of 12 forts. The most formidable of these was Eben-Emael, 20 miles north-east of the city, which was designed to prevent a crossing of the River Meuse and the Albert Canal.
  • The Grand Hornu site: cultural heritage, exhibitions, design and innovation
    Come visit the historical site of Grand Hornu, A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2012
    Hornu

    The Grand Hornu site: cultural heritage, exhibitions, design and innovation

    Take a former coal mine, get it listed by UNESCO as World Heritage and you get the CID of the Grand Hornu: an innovation and design centre, featuring temporary exhibitions on design, applied art and contemporary art.
  • Hitler's Bunker in Bruly-de-Pesche
    Brûly-de-Pesche

    Hitler's Bunker in Bruly-de-Pesche

    A completely renovated remembrance site, only a stone's throw from the French border, where Adolf Hitler stayed during the Second World War.
  • Hougoumont Farm: an iconic location in the Waterloo battlefield
    Braine-L'Alleud

    Hougoumont Farm: an iconic location in the Waterloo battlefield

    Locate just 1.5 km from the Memorial, la Ferme d’Hougoumont is one of the iconic locations that played a part in the Battle of Waterloo.
  • Pouhon Pierre le Grand de SPA, Immersia et Joan Mirò
    Spa

    Pouhon Pierre le Grand de SPA, Immersia et Joan Mirò

    The splendid 1880 Pouhon Pierre le Grand, offers you "Spa Experience" a 360 degree film and a permanent Joan Mirò.art collection.
  • Maison Van Gogh, the Marais' house in Cuesmes
    Cuesmes

    Maison Van Gogh, the Marais' house in Cuesmes

    Located near Mons, the Maison du Marais is dedicated to Vincent Van Gogh, one of the greatest painters from the 19th century.
  • The Collegiate Church of St Gertrude and its impressive jacquemart
    Nivelles

    The Collegiate Church of St Gertrude and its impressive jacquemart

    The jacquemart (an animated mechanised figure which strikes the hours on a bell with a hammer) of the Sainte-Gertrude collegiate church in Nivelle is one of 3 in Wallonia.
  • Maison Léon Losseau: an Art Nouveau gem in Mons
    Maison Léon Losseau, Treasure of art nouveau in Mons
    Mons

    Maison Léon Losseau: an Art Nouveau gem in Mons

    Passing through Mons? Be sure to visit the Maison Losseau, a jewel of Art Nouveau architecture located in the heart of the Doudou's city.
  • The Lion's Mound, part of the Waterloo battlefield
    Admire the famous Lion's Mound in Waterloo
    Braine-L'Alleud

    The Lion's Mound, part of the Waterloo battlefield

    The Lion's Mound, overlooking what once was a battlefield, commemorate the Allies' victory over Napoleon's imperial trips. The beast, placed on top of this 40 metres hill, seems to be roaring towards France still.
  • Mons Belfry: a fascinating monument
    Mons

    Mons Belfry: a fascinating monument

    Discover the full beauty of Belgium's only baroque belfry by taking its panoramic lift and enjoying the view over the city.
  • The Sainte-Waudru collegiate church
    Mons

    The Sainte-Waudru collegiate church

    The treasury at the Saint Waudru collegiate church in Mons houses a beautiful collection of silver and gold religious icons: statues, paintings and ancient manuscripts dating from the 12th-19th centuries. The church is built in Gothic style Brabant from the 15th to the 17th centuries, with splendid alabaster statues of
  • Tournai Belfry: a UNESCO gem
    Tournai

    Tournai Belfry: a UNESCO gem

    Tournai is best seen from its 15th century belfry, listed by UNESCO. Built on the site of the 1218 original after it burnt down, it is the oldest in Wallonia's seven belfries and the only one with outdoor viewing platforms. 
  • The fascinating megaliths of Wéris
    Come visit the Museum of Megaliths and megalithic site of Wéris
    Wéris

    The fascinating megaliths of Wéris

    The rows of megaliths in Wéris add a surreal touch to the landscape. Such a sight is so unexpected… and yet, they have been placed there 3,000 years BC.
  • The Fort of Lantin
    Lantin

    The Fort of Lantin

    Visitor can enjoy a fully immersive trailer retracing the 1914 bombings at the Fort of Lantin
  • Memorial Waterloo 1815: the Lion's Mound and its interactive museum
    Braine-l'Alleud

    Memorial Waterloo 1815: the Lion's Mound and its interactive museum

    The Lion's hamlet was part of the Waterloo battlefield where French and English troops fought on June 15, 1815.
  • Cité Miroir: an exceptional cultural space in Liège
    Liège

    Cité Miroir: an exceptional cultural space in Liège

    Located in the old Sauvenière basins in Liège, the Cité Miroir is a space for exhibitions, shows and cultural expression.
  • Château de Moha
    Moha

    Château de Moha

    This stunning castle was set on a rocky spur at the edge of the village.
  • Maison de Magritte in Châtelet
    Châtelet

    Maison de Magritte in Châtelet

    Discover the village of Châtelet, childhood home of the surrealist painter René Magritte ....
  • Tour Burbant, a medieval dungeon in Ath
    Ath

    Tour Burbant, a medieval dungeon in Ath

    From the Château d’Ath, in the historic centre of the city of giants, remains a fortified dungeon dating back to the 12th century.
  • The fort of Battice
    Battice

    The fort of Battice

    Just 17 km from the border, the fort of Battice was one of the first locations attacked by the German army on May 10, 1940. Built in the 30s, this garrison sheltered 750 men, of which 34 lost their life the first 12 days of the siege.
  • Saint-Calixte Chapel and Castle Comtal Museum in Mons
    Mons

    Saint-Calixte Chapel and Castle Comtal Museum in Mons

    The Chapelle Saint-Calixte de Mons is home to the Château Comtal museum. We discover an exhibition on the Belfry, the remains and other frescoes.
  • The collegiate church of Saint-Barthélemy and its baptismal fonts
    Liège

    The collegiate church of Saint-Barthélemy and its baptismal fonts

    Planning a city break in Liège? Take the time to visit the oldest building in the Fiery City, the Saint-Bartholomy collegiate church. This 12th-century building, at the very heart of the town centre and a few minutes' walk from the Meuse river, opens its doors to visitors on request.
  • The Fort de Loncin, a unique memorial of the Great War in Liège
    Loncin

    The Fort de Loncin, a unique memorial of the Great War in Liège

    The Fort de Loncin is an exceptional memorial site. Located just a few kilometres from the town centre, it became the symbol of the Battle of Liège when facing the German troops in 1914. Partly destroyed during the first world war, it remains preserved as such.
  • Emines Fort | A memorial to the Great War
    Fort d'Emines, memorial site of World War 1
    Namur

    Emines Fort | A memorial to the Great War

    Just 5 kilometres from Namur, between the villages of Emines and Saint-Marc, the Fort of Emines site remains almost unaltered since 1914, a moving witness of the first world war in Wallonia.
  • The wood hills of the Citadel of Liège: nature at the heart of the fiery city
    Liège

    The wood hills of the Citadel of Liège: nature at the heart of the fiery city

    Located within the citadel, these wood hills are an unexpected urban haven, ideal for peaceful walks and nature lovers. This unique natural and material heritage, 80 hectares in total, has been awarded 3 stars in the Michelin travel guide.
  • The Fourneau Saint-Michel estate and it museums
    Saint-Hubert

    The Fourneau Saint-Michel estate and it museums

    The Fourneau Saint-Michel estate, nestled in the Saint Hubert forest, is home to 2 exceptional sites: the Museum of Country Life and the Iron Museum.
  • Tour Salamandre
    Beaumont

    Tour Salamandre

    Last relic of the fortified enclosure that once surrounded the town of Beaumont, the Salamandre Tower houses a small museum of local history ...
  • The Eben-Ezer tower and its silex museum
    Bassenge

    The Eben-Ezer tower and its silex museum

    If you are looking for extraordinary, off the beaten path architectural gems in Wallonia, look no further. The Eben-Ezer tower, crowned with impressive winged animals, seems straight out of a Lord of the Rings or Games of Throne scene.