Han 1900: a museum dedicated to forgotten trades and life in the countryside

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Han 1900 is a museum space dedicated to life in the countryside at the beginning of the 20th century. Nestled in the village of Han-sur-Lesse, in the province of Namur, it offers a wonderful insight into what the life of farmers in Wallonia used to be like.

50 different trades and tasks are presented, some staged with mannequins dressed in traditional 1900 outfits. Visitors can admire a fascinating collection of 5,000 tools, an exhibition on anvils, elaborate robots and paintings depicting farm life, including a large fresco.

The Han 1900 Museum is part of the Caves of Han estate.

Also part of the Caves of Han estate:

Visitors with specific needs

Please click here to see the list of facilities and activities accessible to visitors with reduced mobility. Wallonia has developed the Access-i program to give travellers a clear understanding of what the infrastructures offer.

Please note, on this site:

  • The ground floor and exterior courtyard are fully accessible to wheelchairs.



  • Access for PRM (autodeclared)
  • Shop
  • Cycle rack
  • Restaurant


The information provided is an indication only. We advise you to inquire directly with the organisers of the event that interests you before you leave.