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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  • Récréalle, a leisure centre in Alle-sur-Semois
    Panoramic view of Récréalle, Vresse-sur-Sémois
    Alle-sur-Semois

    Récréalle, a leisure centre in Alle-sur-Semois

    Récréalle is a superb leisure centre on the banks of the Semois river, 20 km from Bouillon and 40 km from Charleville (France).
  • Château de Jehay | Amay
    Amay

    Château de Jehay | Amay

    Located in the province of Liège, the Château de Jehay offers a remarkable architecture, unique in Europe. This impressive historical building, surrounded by moats, seems to appear as if by magic as you walk past the forest.
  • Annevoie water gardens | Meuse Valley
    Annevoie-Rouillon

    Annevoie water gardens | Meuse Valley

    Discover these amazing gardens, created 250 years ago and considered one of Wallonia's cultural treasures. How could anyone resist taking a stroll between the fountains, waterfalls, ponds and stunning combination of French, Italian and English style gardens?
  • The Château de Seneffe, its estate and its Silverware Museum
    Discover the Château de Seneffe and its estate
    Seneffe

    The Château de Seneffe, its estate and its Silverware Museum

    The Château de Seneffe estate and its Museum feature one of Belgium's most important silverware collections.
  • The Domaine de Palogne, a leisure centre along the Ourthe
    Vieuxville

    The Domaine de Palogne, a leisure centre along the Ourthe

    The Domaine de Palogne invites you to discover its enchanting setting where nature, history and relaxation meet.
  • The Fort de Logne castle and museum: a medieval day in Vieuxville
    Vieuxville

    The Fort de Logne castle and museum: a medieval day in Vieuxville

    Located within easy reach of Durbuy, the castle and museum of Logne are sure to delight the family.
  • Parc Chlorophylle: a recreative forest park in Manhay
    Dochamps

    Parc Chlorophylle: a recreative forest park in Manhay

    Parc Chlorophylle, a fun park nestled in the forest stretching from Manhay to Dochamps, invites visitors to enjoy a fun day outdoors, a little off the beaten path. A fantastic place to learn more about nature while having fun in Wallonia.
  • Poilvache medieval ruins
    Yvoir

    Poilvache medieval ruins

    Located just a few kilometres from Dinant, the Poilvache ruins overlook the Meuse river and the charming village of Houx. These remains, which date from the 13th and 15th century, are well worth stopping by and are listed as exceptional cultural heritage of Wallonia.
  • Château de Moha (Province of Liège)
    Moha

    Château de Moha (Province of Liège)

    This stunning castle was set on a rocky spur at the edge of the village.
  • The lake of Bambois and its gardens
    Fosses-la-Ville

    The lake of Bambois and its gardens

    The gardens of the Bambois lake, in Fosses-la-Ville, offer stunning green spaces. The site, listed ny Natura 2000, has much to offer: a bird observatory, boats to go fishing, discovery trails... You can even go wild swimming and enjoy 2 sandy beaches.
  • The Château d'Havré and its gardens | Mons
    Mons

    The Château d'Havré and its gardens | Mons

    The Château d'Havré is a beautiful, ancient building built just on the outskirts of Mons, in Belgium.
  • The ruins of the fortress of Montaigle
    Onhaye

    The ruins of the fortress of Montaigle

    The Montaigle Located in Falaen, at the confluence of the Flavion and Molignée, the ruins of the Montaigle castle will seduce the poet in you...castle, which used to the home to a count in the 14th century, is built on a rocky spur.