- Guided tour and discovery
- Museum or Interpretation Centre
Come and discover the secular history of the Val Saint Lambert site, as well as the glass work techniques used in the old Cistercian abbey.
The Cristal Discovery museum comprises of:
Mémoire de Verriers (Glassworkers' memories): poignant accounts by old glass workers from the Cristallerie. The 18 minutes film pays homage to those whose know-how continues to uphold the reputation of the Val Saint Lambert.
An exceptional collection of 250 pieces presenting the artistic evolution of the Cristallerie since its creation in 1826. It showcases its flourishing eras, the different styles and the various techniques used.
5 glass sculptures by Belgian artist Bernard Tirtiaux, a sensory approach to the material and contemporary art at its most impressive.
A journey back in time in the converted cellars of the castle to discover the history of glass.
An immersive trail retracing the history of glass, from Antiquity to the present day.
A glassblowing demonstration to see the work and skills of master glassblowers live.
Visitors with specific needs
The Cristal Discovery museum is one of the many sites certified by Access-i (meaning with facilities or/activities adapted to travellers with specific needs). You will find more details on the website to plan your visit.
Liège Visit Pass 48h: access to 16 museums in the fiery city
The Liège Visit Pass 48h is the perfect offer to visit the fiery city's attractions and museums and save money! For 18 € per person, you get free access to 16 museums in Liège as well as a guided tour of the historical centre.
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.
English - French - Dutch
Shop - Car parking - Parking
Guide available/groups - German - EN - FR - NL
By car: motorway E42, exit 2 towards Seraing then N604 and N90 (follow the Val Saint Lambert signs)